Pin Up Girl

Synopsis: Glamorous Lorry Jones, the toast of a Missouri military canteen, has become "engaged" to almost every serviceman she's signed her pin-up photo for. Now she's leaving home to go into government service (not, as she fantasizes, to join the USO). On a side trip to New York, her vivid imagination leads her to True Love with naval hero Tommy Dooley; but increasingly involved Musical Comedy Complications follow.
Production: Twentieth Century Fox
 
IMDB:
6.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
33%
PASSED
Year:
1944
84 min
15 Views


You're my

Little pinup girl

You're my little pinup girl

You're my little pinup girl

Pinup girl

- Boy, what a ride.

- Never thought we'd make it.

Bye! Oh!

Hey, how many guys are in there anyway?

- Hey, where's the sarge?

- Don't worry. He's in there.

Thanks, lady.

Kinda cozy, wasn't it?

Sure was!

- Give us a lift, lady?

- Okay. Hop in.

You're my little pinup girl

Honestly, you are

How would you like some coffee

A doughnut

An apple

A candy bar

Won't ya be my pinup girl

Give a guy a break

The best that we can give you

- Is cocoa

- A cookie

A piece of angel cake

I have to have that smile

Before me

No matter where I roam

We have some nice

old-fashioned mince pie

Like your mama

used to bake back home

Do I love my pinup girl

With all my heart and soul

I'm sure I understand you

But I'm here to hand you

A hot dog on a roll

We surely understand you

But we're here to hand you

A wienie on a roll

Weenie-meenie-miney-mo

Who's the darlin' of the U.S.O.

Lorry, Lorry

Must be you

Tell us a story

Lorry, do

Okay, I'll tell you one that's true

A boy sent his baby a note

And this is exactly

what he wrote, quote

Honey, don't worry your head about

Those pinup girls you've read about

For you most certainly know

You're my little pinup girl

Honestly, you are

To me you have the grace of an angel

The face of a movie star

You're my little pinup girl

Though we are apart

When I'm in sleepy willow

You're pinned on my pillow

And also in my heart

I have to have that smile

Before me

No matter where I roam

That twinkle in your eyes

can warm me

Like a fireside at home

Do I love my pinup girl

Bet your life I do

So, baby, keep a-grinning

Remember, I'm pinning

My hopes on you

I have to have that smile

Before me

No matter where I roam

The twinkle in your eyes

Can warm me

Like a fireside

At home

Do you love your pinup girl

Bet your life we do

Do-doo-doo-doo

Well, baby, keep a-grinnin'

Remember

I'm pinning all my hopes

On you

- Miss Jones?

- Yes?

I'm a deputation from Company "B."

I got a protest to read to you.

"A proclamation from the men of Company 'B'

in protest to LorryJones.

"Whereas the men of Company 'B'-

of which I am one-

"have enjoyed

the Missoula U.S.O. canteen...

"and whereas such enjoyment was caused by

the charming presence of Miss LorryJones...

"therefore, be it resolved that Company 'B'

herewith lodges formal protest...

"and begs Miss Jones to call off

her trip to Washington, D. C...

and stick right here in town

where we need her, whereas!"

I think that's awfully sweet of you...

but I've already given my promise

to the U.S.O. in Washington...

that I'd go with

one of their road shows.

- Oh, no, Lorry!

- They're sending me to all their camps.

- I think they're gonna make me an honorary colonel.

- Really?

LorryJones,

how can you stand there-

They were even gonna send a military escort

to take me to the train tonight...

but I thought that was too much.

- That is too much- way too much.

- What's with her?

Well, if you gotta go, you gotta go.

But what about those pinup pictures

you promised us?

I have them all ready for you.

Come on over to the counter.

Say, do you know

where I can find LorryJones?

Yeah, but I ain't gonna tell you.

- Come on, Lorry. I was the first one here.

- Me too, Lorry!

How 'bout me, Lorry?

You promised me one!

It says the same on each of them-

"With Love, Lorry."

- Lorry!

- Hello. Here's the last one. That's all, fellas.

Come on, Lorry. We'd better hurry!

I'll have to say good-bye, unless a few of you

want to see Kay and me to the station.

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