Three Broadway Girls (February 13, 1932)

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Three Broadway Girls
 

Released on February 13, 1932: Three best friends compete with each other to wed a wealthy man.

Produced by Samuel Goldwyn

Directed by Lowell Sherman

The Actors: Joan Blondell (Schatzi), Madge Evans (Polaire), Ina Claire (Jean Lawrence), David Manners (Dey Emery), Lowell Sherman (Boris Feldman), Phillips Smalley (Justin Emery), Sidney Bracey (Herbert Scroggins the waiter/butler), Louise Beavers (beautician), Wilson Benge (Bellings the butler), Ward Bond (taxi driver), Harry Bowen (Schatze's cabbie), Jack Byron (speakeasy patron), Charles Coleman (waiter), Albert Conti (Frenchman on ocean liner), Patrick Cunning (men's room patron), Jay Eaton (nightclub patron), Bill Elliott (wedding guest), Budd Fine (policeman at accident), Betty Grable (hat check girl), Creighton Hale (wedding supervisor), Arthur Housman (drunk man), Arthur Millett (baggageman on the ocean liner), Larry Steers (man at bar), Henry Taylor (Garrett law secretary), Harry Tenbrook (taxi cab driver), Ellinor Vanderveer (wedding guest), Walter Walker (Pop's voice on the record), Barbara Weeks (beautician)

 

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Three Gold-Diggers, the Stolen Pearls and the Bad Dime

I’ve known girls who proclaim that it is just as easy to fall in love with a wealthy man as a poor boy, so a smart girl will do whatever it takes to marry a wealthy man. The three girls in this movie are looking for a man. They have been best friends for years, but also fierce competitors for a wealthy husband. One of the three, Jean Lawrence, played by Ina Claire, will do whatever it takes to snare a wealthy man, even if she must steal him from the other two girls.

Jean just loves to take her clothes off in front of the man she is after. Since this movie was made before the Hays Office enforced censorship rules it was all right for Ina Claire, as gold-digger Jean Lawrence, to wear only a fur coat and open it provocatively in front of the man she is trying to snare. The next morning, they are a couple, and Jean has stolen the man who wanted Polaire until he saw what was under the fur coat. It doesn’t last long though, and Jean is again on the hunt for a wealthy man, no matter what it takes.

This leads to that, and when Polaire is ready to get married to a wealthy young man she must first meet and get the approval of the young man’s wealthy old father. All is going well until Jean forces her way in and manages to take her dress off in front of wealthy papa. Well, Polaire’s wedding to the handsome son is ruined, but Jean and the older father are ready to tie the knot. Jean has snagged her wealthy man, even if he is old enough to be her father, and Polaire is once again without a man.

The day of the wedding arrives, and Jean is in her wedding dress, the wealthy old man is in his room dressing for his wedding to the young gold-digger, and the guests are arriving. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

David Manners and Phillips Smalley
David Manners and Phillips Smalley
David Manners
David Manners
David Manners
David Manners
Henry Taylor
Henry Taylor
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Ina Claire and Madge Evans
Ina Claire and Madge Evans
Ina Claire and Phillips Smalley
Ina Claire and Phillips Smalley
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Ina Claire and Phillips Smalley
Ina Claire and Phillips Smalley
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Ina Claire
Joan Blondell
Joan Blondell
Joan Blondell, David Manners and Madge Evans
Joan Blondell, David Manners and Madge Evans
Joan Blondell and Madge Evans
Joan Blondell and Madge Evans
Joan Blondell and Madge Evans
Joan Blondell and Madge Evans
Joan Blondell
Joan Blondell
Lowell Sherman
Lowell Sherman
Lowell Sherman and Ina Claire
Lowell Sherman and Ina Claire
Lowell Sherman
Lowell Sherman
Madge Evans
Madge Evans
Madge Evans and David Manners
Madge Evans and David Manners
Madge Evans and Joan Blondell
Madge Evans and Joan Blondell
Madge Evans and Joan Blondell
Madge Evans and Joan Blondell
Madge Evans
Madge Evans
Madge Evans
Madge Evans
Phillips Smalley and David Manners
Phillips Smalley and David Manners
Phillips Smalley
Phillips Smalley
Sidney Bracey
Sidney Bracey
Wilson Benge
Wilson Benge