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In contrast to more professional productions, ‘soldier’s shows’ were meant to be put on by local soldiers, following directions in manuals for scenery, costumes, and music. [Here’s an example of costuming instructions.](https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc2015726/m1/74/)
Well one less manual to issue in Tennessee now.
Bob Hope and Milton Berle (in drag) did a scene together and you can’t get anymore pro military than Bob Hope as an entertainer.