23 May 2016 | Michael_Elliott
Let the Talent Come
Play! Girls (1937)
** (out of 4)
Joe May plays a talent agent who is trying to find girls for his upcoming show but he's not having any luck. He decides to take a break from the search so that he can get some dinner but his assistant sets him up to where he's going to have to see some more talent before eating.
PLAY! GIRLS is a pretty forgettable picture from Educational who were a really, really low-budget studio who delivered very cheap productions. This one here doesn't contain any laughs, any romance, any drama or anything else for that matter. We get a couple song performances as well as a male and female dance team but none of the acts are all that entertaining. I'd say that this film is mildly entertaining if you're a fan of this type of thing but there's certainly nothing here to recommend to people.