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As Roberta Tremain sings "The A-B-C's of Love," the six dancers are introduced. Thereafter, the dancers' routines are interspersed with comedy sketches. Jill Adams and Helen Lewis do not strip, but perform a tap-dance and a Can-can respectively. Wilma Wescott delivers a comedy song, "If I Had Me Life to Live Over" and Debbie Ates does an impression of a 1920s dance hall girl looking for a partner for a Charleston contest. Of the male comedians, Leon De Voe functions as the straight man.