Approved | | Comedy, Mystery
After a wealthy dowager who has made a substantial donation her alma mater suddenly disappears, Nancy Drew sets out to solve the mystery.
Adapted from the "Nancy Drew" novel, "The Password to Larkspur Lane," first published in 1933. The original author of the novel was Walter Karig (using the Stratemayer Syndicate house pseudonym, "Carolyn Keene"). In the "Nancy Drew" books, Nancy's boyfriend is ... ...
Effie Schneider, Drew's Maid:
I didn't know you wanted to be a lawyer.
Nancy Drew: Oh yes, I think every intelligent woman should have a career.
The boom mic is visible reflected in the paint on the upper left side of the rumble seat when the guard goes to open it up at the gate as the car is leaving the Hennessey Estate on Larkspur Lane.