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

Working Girls (1931) DVD-R

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Starring Judith Wood, Dorothy Hall, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Paul Lukas, Stuart Erwin,

Frances Dee

Directed by Dorothy Arzner



Print: black/white

Runtime: 77 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Working Girls is a slight, dated, but still entertaining comedy, typical of its era. Louise

Adams (Frances Dee) and her friend (Claire Dodd) travel to the city in order to get jobs and

hopefully find husbands. There they face the usual complications, but the women persevere

and all ends well. The film is notable because its director Dorothy Arzner, was one of the

few American women directors of the studio era. Arzner began her career as script-girl

where she progressed to film editor. Her editing so impressed Paramount that Arzner was

allowed to direct. She went on to have a long career and was the first woman member of

the Directors Guild of America.

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Starring Judith Wood, Dorothy Hall, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Paul Lukas, Stuart Erwin,
Frances Dee
Directed by Dorothy Arzner

Print: black/white
Runtime: 77 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Working Girls is a slight, dated, but still entertaining comedy, typical of its era. Louise
Adams (Frances Dee) and her friend (Claire Dodd) travel to the city in order to get jobs and
hopefully find husbands. There they face the usual complications, but the women persevere
and all ends well. The film is notable because its director Dorothy Arzner, was one of the
few American women directors of the studio era. Arzner began her career as script-girl
where she progressed to film editor. Her editing so impressed Paramount that Arzner was
allowed to direct. She went on to have a long career and was the first woman member of
the Directors Guild of America.

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