|Writers||Milton Schwarzwald (narrative)
Gus Van (additional material)
|Cast||Gus Van Bernice Parks Ruth Day Barton Harp Quartet The Five Ames Sisters The Three Wiles Minor & Root|
|Plot||The premise is that if movie theatres, to attract customers, go in for prize-winning 'Bank-Nights," than banks should have entertainment days. Gus , acting as the emcee and singing a couple of songs, is the president of a bank that does just that, and exposes his depositors to pop singer Bernice Parks; dancer Ruth Daye; Minor & Root, skilled dancers and The Five Ames Sisters who are acrobatic dancers; the Barton Parks Quartete do some warbling, and the grand finale fins The Three Wiles doing a routine based on "The Dance of the Wooden Soldiers."... search for Bank Notes on IMDb|
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