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Three Girls About Town (1941)

Three Girls About Town (1941)

Three Girls About Town

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In this film, gorgeous sisters Faith and Hope Banner are gainfully employed as New York hotel hostesses, whose job it is to entertain wealthy out-of-town conventioneers. They've remained in this profession in order to afford the expensive private-school education of their sister Charity, who soon shows up in New York.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Richard Carroll
In Theaters:
Runtime:
Columbia Pictures

Cast

Joan Blondell
as Hope Banner
Binnie Barnes
as Faith Banner
Janet Blair
as Charity Banner
John Howard
as Tommy Hopkins
Robert Benchley
as Wilburforse Paddle
Hugh O'Connell
as Chief of Police
Paul Harvey
as Fred Chambers
Frank McGlynn Sr.
as Josephus Wiegal
Eric Blore
as Charlemagne
Una O'Connor
as Maggie O'Callahan
Almira Sessions
as Tessie Conarchy
Dorothy Vaughan
as Mrs. McDougall
Ben Taggart
as Doorman
Chester Clute
as Magician
Dick Elliott
as Magician
Charles Lane
as Mortician
Bess Flowers
as Mortician's Wife
Alec Craig
as Samuel
Larry Parks
as Reporter
Ray Walker
as Reporter
Bruce Bennett
as Reporter
Lloyd Bridges
as Reporter
John Tyrrell
as Reporter
Lester Dorr
as Reporter
William Newell
as Laundry Man
Arthur Ayleswofth
as Poker Player
Arthur Loft
as Poker Player
Harrison Greene
as Poker Player
Vera Lewis
as Clubwoman
Jessie Arnold
as Clubwoman
Sarah Edwards
as Clubwoman
Barbara Brown
as Clubwoman
John Howard
as Tommy Hopkins
John Howard (II)
as Tommy Hopkins
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Critic Reviews for Three Girls About Town

All Critics (1)

Though well-acted, it's one of George Cukor's earlier, lesser efforts

Full Review… | April 4, 2011
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Three Girls About Town

½

Fast-paced, fast-talking comedy they don't make anymore as sassy comedienne Joan Blondell (second only to Carole Lombard for the era) and her two sisters attempt to hide a dead body from the cops, and her journalist fiancee who intends to cash in a huge scoop. Some impish bad-taste hijinks ensue "Weekend At Bernie's"-style with some good laughs and witty banter sprinkled throughout. The resolution is strained but no matter really. John Howard also scores big as the newsie attempting to outfox his betrothed.

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Super Reviewer

good stuff nice 2 see blondell getting top billing here as her performance is the fuel that makes this comedy go.

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