Seven Days' Leave - (Original Trailer)
A G.I. (Victor Mature) must marry an heiress (Lucille Ball) whom he's never met to get $100,000, all in a Seven Days' Leave (1942).
Seven Days' Leave (1942) -- (Movie Clip) You Speak My Language
With Les Browns band playing at a G-I sendoff, the three ex-member buddies (Peter Lind Hayes as Speak, singer Buddy Clark as himself and Victor Mature as trumpeter Johnny) are asked to join, along with Vic/Johnnys gal, Mapy Cortes, leading in a Jimmy McHugh/Frank Loesser original, in RKOs Seven Days Leave, 1942, choreography by Chuck Walters.
Seven Days' Leave (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Can't Get Out Of This Mood
Following complex machinations, G-I Johnny (Victor Mature) is about to confess to heiress Terry (Lucille Ball) that his romancing is motivated partly by a big inheritance, not realizing shes way ahead of him, we cut to Ginny Simms with the Freddy Martin Orchestra, and another Jimmy McHugh/Frank Loesser tune, in RKOs Seven Days Leave, 1942.
Seven Days' Leave (1942) -- (Movie Clip) A Touch Of Texas
G-I Johnny (Victor Mature), about to inherit big money on the condition that he marry a daughter of the Havelock-Allen family, with buddies Speak and Bitsy (Peter Lind Hayes, Arnold Stang) and lawyer Gildersleeve (Harold Peary) meets singing Mickey (Marcy McGuire, rehearsing a Jimmy McHugh/Frank Loesser tune with Freddy Martins group) and dishy Terry (Lucille Ball), in RKOs Seven Days Leave, 1942.