Three Girls About Town

Genres: Adventure, Comedy
Faith and Hope Banner, sisters, are "convention hostesses" in a hotel. A body is discovered next door as the magician's convention is leaving and the mortician's convention is arriving, and the sisters, with help from manager Wilburforce Puddle, try to hide it. Complicating matters, Hope's boyfriend, Tommy, is a newspaper reporter in the hotel covering some labor negotiations.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1941-10-23
Run time: 75 minute / 1:15
Director: Leigh Jason
Writer: Richard Carroll
Production Company : Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America

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Joan Blondell
as Hope Banner
Binnie Barnes
as Faith Banner
Janet Blair
as Charity Banner
Robert Benchley
as Wilburforce Puddle, hotel manager
John Howard
as Tommy Hopkins
Hugh O'Connell
as Chief of Police
Frank McGlynn Sr.
as Josephus Wiegal, senior mortician
Eric Blore
as Charlemagne, looking for Charlie
Paul Harvey
as Fred Chambers, editor
Una O'Connor
as Maggie O'Callahan, scrubwoman
Almira Sessions
as Tessie Conarchy, scrubwoman
Dorothy Vaughan
as Mrs. McDougall, scrubwoman
Walter Soderling
as Charlie, the deceased
Alec Craig
as Samuel, potential casket customer
Joseph Crehan
as Labor leader
Charles Lane
as Mortician
Bess Flowers
as Mortician's Wife
William B. Davidson
as Labor Leader
Eddie Dunn
as Policeman Eddie
Harry Harvey
as Reporter
Robert Emmett Keane
as Casket-Selling Mortician
Bert Roach
as Advising Drunk
Tim Ryan
as Singing Drunk
Eugene Anderson Jr
as Newsboy
Harry Anderson
as Head Porter
Jessie Arnold
as Clubwoman
Arthur Aylesworth
as Poker Player
Bruce Bennett
as Reporter
Lloyd Bridges
as Reporter
Barbara Brown
as Clubwoman
Nora Cecil
as Casket Customer
Ken Christy
as Union Man
Chester Clute
as Frank - Magician
Monte Collins
as Tipsy Poker Player
Hal K. Dawson
as Guest
Lester Dorr
as Reporter
Alan Edwards
as Guest
Sarah Edwards
as Clubwoman
Dick Elliott
as Magician Boarding Bus
Franklyn Farnum
as Conventioneer Extra
Patricia Farr
as Telephone Operator
John Farrell
as Drunk
Dink Freeman
as Delivery Man
Frank Gaby
as Magician
Harrison Greene
as Poker Player
Charles Halton
as Doc - Coroner
George Hickman
as Bellhop
Sheldon Jett
as Hotel Extra
Eddie Laughton
as Magician
Vera Lewis
as Clubwoman
Arthur Loft
as Poker Player
William Newell
as Laundry Man
Larry Parks
as Reporter
Minna Phillips
as Martha
Cyril Ring
as Extra at Labor Meeting
Harry Seymour
as Banker
Grady Sutton
as Meeting Doorman
Ben Taggart
as Doorman
Ferris Taylor
as Magician
John Tyrrell
as Reporter
Ray Walker
as Reporter on Telephone
Writing
Richard Carroll Screenplay

Directing
Leigh Jason Director





















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