As Roberta Tremain sings "The A-B-C's of Love," the six dancers are introduced. Thereafter, the dancers' routines are interspersed with comedy sketches. Jill Adams and Helen Lewis do not strip, but perform a tap-dance and a Can-can respectively. Wilma Wescott delivers a comedy song, "If I Had Me Life to Live Over" and Debbie Ates does an impression of a 1920s dance hall girl looking for a partner for a Charleston contest. Of the male comedians, Leon De Voe functions as the straight man.
Leon De Voe
The print viewed bore a copyright statement, but the film was not registered. The film was reviewed in The Exhibitor and submitted to the New York Censor Board under the title Uncover Girls. Gilda's name was listed twice in the opening credits, first as "The Golden Girl of Burlesque," and a second time as the last of the list of "Dancers." Gilda was a former child actress named Shirley Jean Rickert, who made several "Our Gang" shorts and other films in the early 1930s.