Straight, Place and Show
Straight, Place and Show is a 1938 film starring the Ritz Brothers, Richard Arlen, and Ethel Merman and released by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by David Butler and based on the unproduced play Saratoga Chips by Damon Runyon and Irving Caesar. It features a memorable performance of the song "With You on My Mind" by Merman.
Al, Jimmy and Harry get into a jam at the racetrack and expose a gang of cheating Russian jockeys.
- The Ritz Brothers as Themselves
- Ethel Merman as Linda Tyler
- Richard Arlen as Denny Paine
- Phyllis Brooks as Barbara Drake
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