Dorothy Morris and Frances Rafferty, both signed to MGM in 1941, cycle around town. The actresses were good friends and worked together in a number of the studio’s pictures, including Seven Sweethearts, the Kathryn Grayson/Van Heflin musical romance, in which the starlets played siblings.
Here’s the caption on the back of the photo. (The U.S.had only recently entered into World War II.): “GANGWAY!.. With automobile tires being saved only for necessary travel, starlets Dorothy Morris and Frances Rafferty pedal their way to a girlfriend’s house. The two Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer glamour girls will be seen soon in ‘The War Against Mrs. Hadley’.”