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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Beautiful But Broke (1944) DVD-R

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Starring Joan Davis, Jane Frazee, Judy Clark, John Hubbard, Bob Stanton

Directed by Charles Barton



Print: black/white

Runtime: 74 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



Female musicians Sally Richards (Jane Frazee) and Sue Ford (Judy Clark)

are Beautiful but Broke in this frantic Columbia musical comedy. Sally and

Sue's violinist pal Dottie Duncan (Joan Davis) is equally broke, though not

quite as beautiful. The three girls try pass themselves off as an all-girl

orchestra, with the help of fast-buck theatrical agent Waldo Main (John

Eldredge). Vamping for time until they can gather up a few more

musicians, the girls don several disguises to fool a potential client,

nightclub owner Putnam (John Dilson). Once this crisis is passed, the

orchestra finds itself stranded in the middle of nowhere. The finale

borrows a page from Buster Keaton when Sally, Sue and Dottie take

refuge in a deserted house slated for Army target practice.

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Starring Joan Davis, Jane Frazee, Judy Clark, John Hubbard, Bob Stanton
Directed by Charles Barton

Print: black/white
Runtime: 74 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

Female musicians Sally Richards (Jane Frazee) and Sue Ford (Judy Clark)
are Beautiful but Broke in this frantic Columbia musical comedy. Sally and
Sue's violinist pal Dottie Duncan (Joan Davis) is equally broke, though not
quite as beautiful. The three girls try pass themselves off as an all-girl
orchestra, with the help of fast-buck theatrical agent Waldo Main (John
Eldredge). Vamping for time until they can gather up a few more
musicians, the girls don several disguises to fool a potential client,
nightclub owner Putnam (John Dilson). Once this crisis is passed, the
orchestra finds itself stranded in the middle of nowhere. The finale
borrows a page from Buster Keaton when Sally, Sue and Dottie take
refuge in a deserted house slated for Army target practice.

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