16mm black-and-white moving image film with sound on cellulose acetate film-stock. The film, produced by Minoco Productions, depicts the bandleader and trumpet player Will Bradley (1912-1989), whose real name was Wilbur Schwichtenberg, and the Six Texas Hot Dogs performing their 1942 boogie woogie hit "Basin Street Boogie," written by and Ray McKinley. The other musicians consist of McKinley on drums and vocals, Lee Castaldo on trombone, Mahlon Clark on clarinet, Billy Maxted on piano, and Felix Giobbe on bass. This is a "Soundies" film, one of a series of three-minute musical films distributed by the Soundies Distributing Corporation of America between 1040-1946 that were made for the Panoram, a coin-operated film jukebox that was available in nightclubs, bars, restaurants, factory lounges, and amusement centers. Mino Productions filmed Soundies shorts between 1941-1943.