A Broadway revue redone for the screen, CALL ME MISTER is about Grable, an entertainer working in Japan at the time of the Korean War. She's married to Dailey, who's in the Far East, but they are separated. Dailey forges an official document so he can stay and direct a camp show in which
his estranged mate is starring. He does this so he can get close to Grable and win back her hand. Not a terrifically original idea, but the jokes come thick and fast, and just when you think it's sagging, Dailey and Grable dance and/or sing. Busby Berkeley choreographed the big numbers, reuiniting
with Lloyd Bacon for the first time since their collaboration on the landmark FORTY-S...