I love this rendition of Who's Your Little Who-Zis? from the pre-code drama, Night World (1932). The chorus girls carelessly prance through their routine as if they are working on an assembly line. They know they're not on Broadway, and they're not going to work any harder than their pay grade. Still, it's a lively number, and the sassy between-lyrics chatter of Mae Clarke and company gives it extra zing.