TCM ran some war movies this weekend as a Memorial Day tribute. And early Saturday morning they played a couple of early WWII comedies, one of which was Buck Privates which featured a couple of comics new to the movies, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. However, the highlight of the movie was the scene in which the Andrews Sisters sing "The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B."
It's remarkable how cheery everyone was in that 1941 movie. A little historical feature that seems odd now was the troop of women who were supposed to keep the guys' spirits up by passing out free gum and cigarettes.