Missing Girls (1936)

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A group of gangsters shoot Senator Benson (Wallis Clark) and take his daughter, Dorothy Benton (Muriel Evans) and her friend Ann Jason (Ann Doran) as hostages at Ma Barton's hideout. ... See full summary »



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  • Muriel Evans and Dewey Robinson in Missing Girls (1936)
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  • Muriel Evans in Missing Girls (1936)
  • Muriel Evans in Missing Girls (1936)

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24 June 2019 | dougdoepke
A Bunch Of Characters In Search Of A Story
The first several minutes where Ann leaves her abusive father's family for the city looks promising. But once she gets a job there, the vulnerable girl more or less drops out of central focus, and the movie goes with it. What we get instead is a mish-mash of characters having to do with gambling, newspapers, and murder. It's like the three writers each had his own subplots without much blending. On a positive note, catch how legalizing gambling with its tax revenues foreshadows an issue of our own time. Good to see a young Ann Doran, who later became quite a formidable actress as her credits demonstrate, along with old crone Vera Lewis who's enough to scare Superman. All in all, however, it's a flick that can't seem to make up its mind. Too bad.

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10 September 1936



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