Two Girls on Broadway 1940

Two Girls on Broadway

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Two sisters (Lana Turner, Joan Blondell) share romance and a nightclub stage with a song-and-dance man (George Murphy).

Cast & Crew

Lana Turner
Patricia Mahone
Joan Blondell
Molly Mahoney
George Murphy
Eddie Kerns
Kent Taylor
"Chat" Chatsworth
Richard Lane
Buddy Bartell
Wallace Ford
Jed Marlowe
Lloyd Corrigan
Judge Hennessey
Don Wilson
Mr. Boyle
Joseph Fields
Screenwriter
Jerome Chodorov
Screenwriter
David Raksin
Original Music
Robert W. Stringer
Original Music
George J. Folsey
Cinematographer
Cedric Gibbons
Art Director
Edwin B. Willis
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  • Mar 14, 2018
    I'll be honest, the main reason to watch this film is the gorgeous Lana Turner, who was just 19 years old when she starred in it. It's not her first film, but it was made just as her career was about to take off. Her acting is a little clumsy in places (as is George Murphy's), but it's a delight to see her dancing, and each of her close-ups. The story is a little thin, and has Joan Blondell and Turner as sisters, who come to New York to try to get jobs on stage with Blondell's slick-talking but affable fiancé, Murphy. Unfortunately, between the two of them, it's only Turner they want, and Blondell is relegated to selling cigarettes. Murphy tries to look out for Turner and shield her from a lecherous playboy (Kent Taylor), but then things get worse for Blondell when Murphy starts falling for Turner himself. There are some nice scenes of Blondell sacrificing herself with a brave face; she does the best she can with the material, and her character is a model of class. Unfortunately, there's also an extended scene with a Japanese butler that has some ugly racism on full display. The film wants to be a comedy, a romance, and a musical, and is pretty average at all three. It's concise at 73 minutes, and I liked seeing Turner and Blondell, but if those two aren't of interest, you should probably skip this one.
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