Too Many Women (February 27, 1942)

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Neil Hamilton in Too Many Women
 

Released on February 27, 1942: Richard Sutton tries to juggle three girlfriends at once, but when a fourth woman wants to marry Richard her gangster brother uses his gun to help get his sister into the arms of a frightened Richard.

Produced by Bernard B. Ray

Directed by Bernard B. Ray

The Actors: Neil Hamilton (Richard Sutton), June Lang (Gwenny Miller), Joyce Compton (Barbara Cartwright), Barbara Read (Linda Pearson), Fred Sherman (Charlie Blakewell), Marlo Dwyer (Lorraine O'Reilly), Kate MacKenna (Grandmother Sutton), Maurice Cass (Doctor Hamilton), Matt McHugh (Spike O'Reilly), Harry Holman (John Cartwright), George Davis (Bottles, Wannamaker butler), Pat Gleason (Gibbons), Tom Herbert (W.R. Mitchell), Bertram Marburgh (Uncle Woodrow), Dora Clement (Mrs. Fairbanks), Frank Hagney (laborer), Marjorie Haynes (Cosette, the Cartwright maid), Charles Hutchison (waiter), Harry Johnson Jr. (juggler), Harry C. Johnson (juggler), Adele Kerr (second stenographer), Patsy Moran (Jane, Granny Sutton's maid), Adele Smith (first stenographer), Leonard St. Leo (bartender)

 

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Four Girlfriends and One White Lie

A single man's biggest dream . . . is the same as his worst nightmare. Too Many Women! I was never the good looking guy that all the girls swooned over, but I did have one experience a little bit similar to Dickie Sutton, the star of this comedy. Years ago I had been dating a girl who was an executive at a drug store chain that was headquartered near Cleveland, but after a while we drifted apart, and I started dating a librarian. This was when e-mail was becoming common, but well before smart phones, instant messaging or any of the other communications advances. I hadn't seen or talked to the first gal for a few months, and was happily dating the librarian, when out of the blue the drugstore gal sent me an e-mail about something - I don't remember what. Anyway, I replied cordially, and mentioned a fun time that we had while we were dating, and how nice it was to hear from her. To this day I cannot understand how the mix-up happened, but I also answered an email from the librarian that I was currently dating . . . and you guessed it . . . I sent the two notes to the wrong girls. Both of them were . . . to say it gently . . . a bit upset at me, discovering the existence of the other girl, and neither one of them would as much as say 'hi' to me after that mix-up.

Dickie Sutton with his suave manners and rugged good looks is chased by three beautiful girls, and unlike me, he knows how to balance them all at once, so that all of them believe that he is in love with them alone. But then one day he tells one little white lie and his world will turn upside down. Everyone thinks that he has inherited a fortune, so all the girls pounce on him like bees on honey, and all his girls discover each other. The battle is on as each girl becomes determined to make Richard Sutton their own. Soon he is engaged to be married to two of the girls, while the girl he really loves walks away in anger. And that isn't bad enough . . . a fourth pretty woman enters the picture and gets her clutches on Dickie boy, and she has a big brother with a little gun who wants to force our bachelor to marry his sister. Four beautiful girls want Richard Sutton, and his life is about to get even more complicated because of one more lady. Grandma Sutton is on her way to the apartment where girls and gangsters are all after Richard. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Barbara Read
Barbara Read
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
June Lang
June Lang
Marlo Dwyer
Marlo Dwyer
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Kate MacKenna
Kate MacKenna
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Barbara Read and Neil Hamilton
Barbara Read and Neil Hamilton
Bertram Marburgh
Bertram Marburgh
Frank Hagney
Frank Hagney
Fred Sherman
Fred Sherman
Fred Sherman, Barbara Read and Neil Hamilton
Fred Sherman, Barbara Read and Neil Hamilton
Fred Sherman, Neil Hamilton and George Davis
Fred Sherman, Neil Hamilton and George Davis
Fred Sherman and Neil Hamilton
Fred Sherman and Neil Hamilton
Fred Sherman and Matt McHugh
Fred Sherman and Matt McHugh
Fred Sherman
Fred Sherman
George Davis
George Davis
George Davis and Fred Sherman
George Davis and Fred Sherman
George Davis
George Davis
Harry C. Johnson
Juggler Harry C. Johnson
Harry Holman, George Davis and Matt McHugh
Harry Holman, George Davis and Matt McHugh
Harry Holman, Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Harry Holman, Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Harry Holman
Harry Holman
Harry Johnson Jr.
Juggler Harry Johnson Jr.
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Joyce Compton plays phone tag
Joyce Compton plays phone tag
Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
Joyce Compton and Neil Hamilton
June Lang
June Lang
June Lang and Joyce Compton
June Lang and Joyce Compton
June Lang and Neil Hamilton
June Lang and Neil Hamilton
June Lang
June Lang
June Lang
June Lang
Kate MacKenna and Bertram Marburgh
Kate MacKenna and Bertram Marburgh
Kate MacKenna and Neil Hamilton
Kate MacKenna and Neil Hamilton
Kate MacKenna
Kate MacKenna
Marlo Dwyer and Neil Hamilton
Marlo Dwyer and Neil Hamilton
Marlo Dwyer
Marlo Dwyer
Maurice Cass
Maurice Cass
Maurice Cass
Maurice Cass
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton and Dora Clement
Neil Hamilton and Dora Clement
Neil Hamilton and Joyce Compton
Neil Hamilton and Joyce Compton
Neil Hamilton and June Lang
Neil Hamilton and June Lang
Neil Hamilton and Maurice Cass
Neil Hamilton and Maurice Cass
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton nurses a hangover
Neil Hamilton nurses a hangover
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton and Barbara Read
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Pat Gleason
Pat Gleason
Patsy Moran
Patsy Moran
Tom Herbert
Tom Herbert