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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.

  1. Leigh Jason

    Director

  2. Richard Carroll

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joan Blondell

    Joan Blondell

    Hope Banner

  2. Binnie Barnes

    Binnie Barnes

    Faith Banner

  3. Janet Blair

    Janet Blair

    Charity Banner

  4. Robert Benchley

    Robert Benchley

    Wilburforce Puddle, hotel manager

  5. John Howard

    John Howard

    Tommy Hopkins

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Three Girls About Town
Three Girls About Town

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Status Released

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  • October 23, 1941
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 15m

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