A silly but pleasing war romance film that was truly a whirlwind production. Langford is singing in a two-bit Manhattan nightclub owned by Edwards where she meets B-29 pilot Wade. After a one-night romantic interlude, Wade goes off to the Pacific. On Saipan, his pranksterish crew paints
Langford's picture on the nose of their plane which becomes the scourge of the Pacific, sinking Japanese battleships and downing a host of Zeros. The fame of the plane and its name, "The Bamboo Blonde," inspire huckster Edwards to promote his club, singer, and a line of products under that name to
a fortune. Wade returns, spurns his fiancee, Greer, and winds up in the arms of the ho...