GenreComedy, Sport ProductionRKO Pictures CountryUnited States
Release dateMarch 26, 1943 (1943-03-26) (New York City premiere)
April 9, 1943 (1943-04-09) (United States) Based onLadies Day
by Robert Considine
Edward C. Lilley
Bertrand Robinson WriterRobert Considine (play), Edward C. Lilley (play), Dane Lussier, Charles E. Roberts, Bertrand Robinson (play) CastLupe Velez, Eddie Albert, Patsy Kelly, Jerome Cowan Similar moviesRelated Leslie Goodwins movies
The Sox are looking like championship contenders, until one day movie star Pepita Zorita (Lupe Velez) visits a game, and Wacky Waters (Eddie Albert), the teams ace thrower, falls in love. The club has Pepita follow the team on a road trip. Unfortunately, this proves distracting for Waters, who pitches losing game after losing game. When the Sox manage to advance to the World Series while Pepita is off shooting a film, her impending return spurs the wives of the players to take drastic action.
Ladies Day is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by Charles E. Roberts and Dane Lussier. The film stars Lupe Velez, Eddie Albert, Patsy Kelly, Max Baer and Jerome Cowan. The film was released on April 9, 1943, by RKO Pictures.