From the original, short-lived 3-D boom of the fifties, here we have a picture promoting three things--the gimmick, the legs and the cast.
It's a nifty idea of a grabber to show the chorus dancing right off the screen. This was a Paramount release so we don't really get ant A list musical performers but Rhonda Fleming was probably THE preeminent redhead of the era so we start out well. Gene Barry, known later for a half dozen or so suave TV series roles on shows like BAT MASTERSON, BURKE'S LAW and THE NAME OF THE GAME, would also go on to make a name for himself in Broadway musicals like LA CAGE AUX FOLLES. Agnes Moorehead, best remembered for BEWITCHED but arguably the best radio actress of them all, was always a welcome presence in films. Teresa Brewer was a then-popular recording star whose career, although never stellar, would stretch another few decades! Guy Mitchell, another long-lived but under the radar pop star, was her male equivalent. By contrast, the Bell Sisters were a flavor of the month singing duo who appeared in a couple of films around this time.
I don't recognize any of the behind the scenes names and I can't see 3-D but it's a respectable enough cast that if I weren't doing anything, I'd probably go and I'd probably enjoy it...although I doubt I'd remember it a few weeks later.