Beauty Parlor (June 15, 1932)

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Beauty Parlor
 

Released on June 15, 1932: Two manicurists at a big New York City hotel beauty parlor search for love.

Produced by George R. Batcheller

Directed by Richard Thorpe

The Actors: Barbara Kent (Sally Dale), Joyce Compton (Joan Perry), Betty Mack (Lou), John Harron (Jeffrey Colt), Dorothy Revier (Stella), Albert Gran (old man Burke), Wheeler Oakman (Jim Fremont), Mischa Auer (Herman Bauer), Harry C. Bradley (Henry Mason), Mary Gordon (landlady), Lloyd Ingraham (District Attorney), Lafe McKee (Reverend R.W. Parker)

 

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Three Girls in the City

Sally, Joan and Lou are three young ladies living in a cheap apartment in New York City. Sally and Joan work in a large and fancy hotel. Sally and Joan give manicures in the hotel beauty parlor. Old man Burke lives upstairs in one of the hotel luxury apartments and every time he gets a haircut and manicure from Sally he asks her to marry him, and she smiles demurely and tells him that she won’t marry him this day. Her girlfriend Joan also gets the attention of all the men, but these girls know how to act naïve and flirt with the men without giving in to their demands. Sally is also chased by Jeff Colt, a wealthy young fellow who tells his manservant that one day he will marry Sally, but she just doesn’t know it yet. This leads to that and Joan quits the beauty parlor to work for a businessman who promises her big money for having dinner and dancing with his business clients. Then Sally, who we know will fall in love with young Colt before the closing credits, loses her job because of declining business. At about the same time Joan, who has become the unwitting partner of a con artist, is put in jail when an extortion plot goes bad and her boss disappears. Sally wants to get Joan out of jail, but it will take ten thousand dollars to post her bail, and there is only one way that Sally can get the money . . . . Old man Burke promised her a big cash gift on the day that she marries him, so Sally agrees to marry old man Burke in order to get her girlfriend Joan out of jail. You say that Sally should have asked the young and wealthy Jeff Colt for the money, because she is going to fall in love with him and marry him anyway? . . . . Sadly, the young man is out of town on business and she cannot reach him. . . . So the wedding to old man Burke is planned, and Sally is soon to be married to the happy old fellow so that she can get her girlfriend Joan out of jail. . . . . Unless . . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Albert Gran
Albert Gran
Barbara Kent and Joyce Compton
Barbara Kent and Joyce Compton
Barbara Kent
Barbara Kent
Betty Mack
Betty Mack
Betty Mack and Mischa Auer
Betty Mack and Mischa Auer
Betty Mack
Betty Mack
Dorothy Revier and Wheeler Oakman
Dorothy Revier and Wheeler Oakman
Harry C. Bradley
Harry C. Bradley
Harry C. Bradley and Joyce Compton
Harry C. Bradley and Joyce Compton
Harry C. Bradley
Harry C. Bradley
Joyce Compton and Barbara Kent
Joyce Compton and Barbara Kent
Joyce Compton and Wheeler Oakman
Joyce Compton and Wheeler Oakman
Joyce Compton smells the saurkraut
Joyce Compton smells the saurkraut
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Mary Gordon
Mary Gordon