This musical variety program from 1935 is a lot like The Chesterfield Supper Club, The Camel Caravan, or any of the
dozens of similar programs. It featured a variety of musical numbers during its quarter hour, as well as a few comedy bits. The featured funnyman
was Robert Burns, who would have been between his stint with Paul Whiteman and Rudy Vallee in New York, and co-starring with Bing Crosby in the Hollywood
version of The Kraft Music Hall.