Girls About Town (1931)

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Two gold diggers prey on old rich men, but one of them falls in love with a young, rich man.


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  • Kay Francis and Lilyan Tashman in Girls About Town (1931)
  • Kay Francis and Lilyan Tashman in Girls About Town (1931)
  • George Barbier and Lilyan Tashman in Girls About Town (1931)
  • Kay Francis and Lilyan Tashman in Girls About Town (1931)
  • Kay Francis and Lilyan Tashman in Girls About Town (1931)
  • Joel McCrea, Eugene Pallette, and Lilyan Tashman in Girls About Town (1931)

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31 March 2019 | AAdaSC
6
| And then there was one
We follow a couple of girls - Kay Francis (Wanda) and Lilyan Tashman (Marie) - as they are given different escort assignments by their agent Alan Dinehart (Jerry). They work as a pair and share an apartment obviously paid for by the wealthy clients who have made payment to them. You get what I'm saying? Things change for one of them when assigned as escorts onto a boat containing wealthy Eugene Pallette (Benji) and Joel McCrea (Jim).

The film is a comedy and the lead women are good in their roles. Pallette is sometimes inaudible and incomprehensible with that peculiar squawking he does, whilst McCrea is there for eye candy. There are a couple of side plots going on and all-in-all it is an enjoyable film.

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