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Girls' Town (March 6, 1942)

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Girls Town
 

Released on March 6, 1942: A tall, blonde beauty contest winner goes to Hollywood to become a star, but her kid sister is the one that the famous director really wants.

Produced by George R. Batcheller

Directed by Victor Halperin

The Actors: Edith Fellows (Sue Norman), June Storey (Myra Norman), Kenneth Howell (Kenny Lane), Alice White (Nicky), Anna Q Nilsson (Mother Lorraine), Warren Hymer (Joe Barker), Vince Barnett (Dimitri), Paul Dubov (Lionel Fontaine), Peggy Ryan (Penny), Helene Stanley (Sally), Helen McCloud (Mayor), Cara Williams (Ethel), Charles Williams (Sam Coffer, casting agent), Elinor Donahue (unknown)

 
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Hollywood Hijinks

While looking at the movies of Edith Fellows I discovered the 1942 romantic comedy "Girls' Town", but when I searched for it I could only find it one place in the whole world . . . on eBay.com, auctioned off by some fellow. Now I have never been on eBay, but I have a friend who is an expert . . . Jeff Kallam is the world's biggest collector of all things Captain America, and he cruises eBay like it's his back yard. Unfortunately the fellow with the copy of this film had already auctioned off his copy some time ago and who knows where it might be now so I quickly forgot about it . . . but one day last week Jeff handed me a package and told me that although his name and address were on it, he was sure that it was for me. I was puzzled . . . I had totally forgotten about his promise to try to track down the movie through his eBay connections. Thanks to Jeff you and I and everyone in the world from now on will be able to watch, download and keep this nearly-lost treasure. The plot is familiar, but with several pretty good twists . . . Small town girl wins beauty contest and a chance to go to Hollywood to try out for a movie. She takes her kid sister with her as chaperone and they wind up staying in Mother Lorraine's boarding house . . . called 'Girls' Town' . . . Mother Lorraine houses a handful of movie star wanna-be girls with varying degrees of beauty and talent, but our beauty queen is sure that she will be the instant star that Hollywood has been waiting for. Did I mention that our beauty queen, in addition to being tall, leggy and blonde, has her nose so far in the air that she would drown in a drizzle? Now, her kid sister, played by Edith Fellows, is a perky little brunette with natural charm and beauty, and we all see where this is heading . . . maybe. Yes, both girls wind up auditioning for a famous director, and while the director wants the perky young sister, the publicity man wants the leggy blonde because of the photo possibilities. Both girls are called back, but older sister Myra, played by June Storey, tells the studio that the other girl has left Hollywood, and when Sue, played by Edith Fellows, discovers that her older sister has lied to the studio so that she wouldn't have any competition for the part, Sue humbly packs her bags and heads back to Ohio, sad that her older sister was so deceitful and manipulative in her pursuit of Hollywood fame. It looks like the cold and selfish blonde will become the star, and perky brunette Sue will leave Hollywood heavy of heart. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and find out what happens next . . .

The actor playing Danny Houseman and Cara Williams
The actor playing Danny Houseman and Cara Williams
Alice White and June Storey
Alice White and June Storey
Anna Q Nilsson
Anna Q Nilsson
Anna Q. Nilsson and June Storey
Anna Q. Nilsson and June Storey
Anna Q. Nilsson
Anna Q. Nilsson
Cara Williams
Cara Williams
Charles Williams
Charles Williams
Charles Williams and Kenneth Howell
Charles Williams and Kenneth Howell
Charles Williams
Charles Williams
Charles Williams
Charles Williams
Edith Fellows
Edith Fellows
Edith Fellows and June Storey
Edith Fellows and June Storey
Edith Fellows says goodbye to June Storey
Edith Fellows says goodbye to June Storey
Helene Stanley
Helene Stanley
Helene Stanley, Anna Q. Nilsson and Warren Hymer
Helene Stanley, Anna Q. Nilsson and Warren Hymer
Helene Stanley and Anna Q. Nilsson
Helene Stanley and Anna Q. Nilsson
Helene Stanley
Helene Stanley
June Storey and the actor playing Danny Houseman
June Storey and the actor playing Danny Houseman
June Storey and Edith Fellows
June Storey and Edith Fellows
June Storey and Kenneth Howell
June Storey and Kenneth Howell
June Storey
June Storey
Edith Fellows and June Storey
Edith Fellows and June Storey
Kenneth Howell
Kenneth Howell
Kenneth Howell and Edith Fellows
Kenneth Howell and Edith Fellows
Kenneth Howell, Edith Fellows and June Storey
Kenneth Howell, Edith Fellows and June Storey
Kenneth Howell and Edith Fellows in the drug store
Kenneth Howell and Edith Fellows in the drug store
Kenneth Howell and Paul Dubov
Kenneth Howell and Paul Dubov
Kenneth Howell bumps into Edith Fellows
Kenneth Howell bumps into Edith Fellows
Kenneth Howell
Kenneth Howell
Paul Dubov
Paul Dubov
Peggy Ryan
Peggy Ryan
Peggy Ryan, Anna Q. Nilsson and Helene Stanley
Peggy Ryan, Anna Q. Nilsson and Helene Stanley
Peggy Ryan and Anna Q. Nilsson
Peggy Ryan and Anna Q. Nilsson
Peggy Ryan tap dances while Helene Stanley plays the piano
Peggy Ryan tap dances while Helene Stanley plays the piano
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett and Alice White
Vince Barnett and Alice White
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett
Warren Hymer
Warren Hymer
Warren Hymer
Warren Hymer
Edith Fellows, Kenneth Howell, Vince Barnett and Alice White
Edith Fellows, Kenneth Howell, Vince Barnett and Alice White