Just as so many films appealed to the patriotism of young men during WW II, this film excited young women and caused something of a run on WAC recruiting offices around the country. Turner, Peters, and Day are Three Musketettes who join the Women's Army Corps for different reasons. Turner
is a New York City deb who is in line for a family fortune, but she's spent so much time being a playgirl that the bankers who tend her legacy are loath to award it to her. She joins the WACs to prove that she has more depth than they think. Actually she plans to wash out of the service as soon as
she gets her money and then return to visiting the watering spots of cafe society. D...