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Lively June (Jane Withers), teen-aged daughter of mystery writer Waldo Everett (Jon Qualen), who calls her "Angel," becomes involved in intrigue centering on movie star Pauline Kaye (Sally Blane) and her companion Stivers (Joan Davis). Reporter Nick Moore (Robert Kent), once sweet on Pauline, is convinced that her sudden disappearance is a publicity stunt, which is true -- until gangster Bat Regan (Harold Huber) decides to get involved.

  1. James Tinling

    Director

  2. Lynn Root

    Story

  3. Frank Fenton

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Top Billed Cast

  1. Jane Withers

    Jane Withers

    June 'Angel' Everett

  2. Joan Davis

    Joan Davis

    Strivers

  3. Sally Blane

    Sally Blane

    Pauline Kaye

  4. Harold Huber

    Harold Huber

    Bat Regan

  5. Frank Jenks

    Frank Jenks

    Butch Broder

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Status Released

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  • June 7, 1937
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 16m

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