An often-funny film with good performances from everyone concerned, NEVER WAVE AT A WAC came out of the ill-fated Independent Artists Company, a firm begun by onetime RKO boss Floyd Odlum. Russell is the daughter of Dingle, a US senator, and the ex-wife of Douglas, a man who dabbles in
textiles. She is a Washington doyenne
and becomes a WAC because she thinks it might be fun. An expected commission doesn't materialize and Russell is enlisted as a private. She and her new beau, Ching, are stationed at the same base, and Russell is reasonably happy, despite running into Douglas,
who makes her act as a tester for his new fabrics. Wilson is a stripper who is aro...