Playwright George Bernard Shaw is represented as punching the world, something that they seem to have put in because of some sort of socialist remarks he'd been making at the time.
The note on the flowers reading "From Shaw, to Shaw" tells us that he's stuck on himself, which is also why he has all the pictures of himself on the wall in the background.
Mussolini on a rocking horse, which seems to resemble him somewhat in the face. Mussolini's unlovely picture also hangs on the wall in the rear. As with Shaw, he is stuck on himself.
The feeling that I have is that this is a less favorable depiction of Mussolini then we see in I LIKE MOUNTAIN MUSIC, which was made around the same time at the same studio.
Bing Crosby is singing in the bathtub.
Which was the name of another Warner Brothers song.
A group of college girls listen to Bing Crosby on the radio.
Tough guy Jimmy Cagney slapped women around in the movies ( something that evidently was considered acceptable at the time that I don't approve of myself ). I recognize the blonde as Joan Blondell by the eyes. She hits Jimmy Cagney with her shoe next. That sounds like her, too.
Radio personality Ben Bernie.
I'VE GOT TO SING A TORCH SONG ( Zasu Pitts character shown )
BLONDE CRAZY ( Joan Blondell and Jimmy Cagney movie ):
Garbo Forever - Garbo in cartoons:
I'D LIKE TO SING A TORCH SONG ( Cartoon )
I LIKE MOUNTAIN MUSIC: