Betty Hutton, sensational comedienne and singing star of Paramount Pictures, thrilled thousands of applauding sailors when she went into her song and dance; only one of the many acts presented as part of her USO Camp Show #370 at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, this month (from photo caption).
Ella Mae Morse singing in a Capitol recording studio. Morse is sitting on a stool next to a Capitol Records microphone while holding music in one hand. Morse is wearing a blouse and skirt covered with lace.
Glenn Miller's hot novelty vocalist, Marion Hutton, is a favorite of Columbia listeners the country over. Marion planned to be a doctor, but in the midst of her pre-med course she won such enthusiastic plaudits as a singer in Detroit, Mich., that she gave up medicine for the bright lights. Though the lovely blonde songstress never had a lesson, she has become one of the most outstanding personalities in the "swing" music field. Two years ago Glenn Miller heard her in Boston and hired her on the spot. Now she's heard with Glenn and the boys Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 to 10:15 PM, EST, over CBS network from coast to coast (from photo caption).
Cass Daley gets "that feeling in the moonlight" and sits down to accompany herself in the song of that name. She'll soon be seen in Paramount's "Ladies' Man" co-starred with Eddie Bracken, Virginia Welles, Johnny Coy, Virginia Field, and Spike Jones and His City Slickers (from photo caption).