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

Good Girls Go to Paris (1939) DVD-R

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Starring Melvyn Douglas, Joan Blondell, Walter Connolly, Alan Curtis, Joan Perry

Directed by Alexander Hall



Print: black/white

Runtime: 75 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Spunky Joan Blondell is practically the whole show in the diverting comedy Good Girls Go to

Paris. Blondell is cast as ambitious college-campus waitress Jenny Swanson, who yearns

to see the sights in Gay Paree. She gets her chance by latching onto British exchange

professor Ronald Brooke (Melvyn Douglas), who is en route to the City of Light. Once she

sets foot on French soil, Jenny proves the veracity of the film's title by straightening out the

wayward family of dyspeptic millionaire Olaf Brand (Walter Connolly)-though for a while it

looks as though she's a "bad girl", merely out to take the Brands for every penny they've

got. In later years, Joan Blondell ruefully recalled that the film's original title was Good Girls

Go to Paris Too, but the Hays Office nixed that harmlessly suggestive monicker.

 

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Starring Melvyn Douglas, Joan Blondell, Walter Connolly, Alan Curtis, Joan Perry
Directed by Alexander Hall

Print: black/white
Runtime: 75 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

Spunky Joan Blondell is practically the whole show in the diverting comedy Good Girls Go to
Paris. Blondell is cast as ambitious college-campus waitress Jenny Swanson, who yearns
to see the sights in Gay Paree. She gets her chance by latching onto British exchange
professor Ronald Brooke (Melvyn Douglas), who is en route to the City of Light. Once she
sets foot on French soil, Jenny proves the veracity of the film's title by straightening out the
wayward family of dyspeptic millionaire Olaf Brand (Walter Connolly)-though for a while it
looks as though she's a "bad girl", merely out to take the Brands for every penny they've
got. In later years, Joan Blondell ruefully recalled that the film's original title was Good Girls
Go to Paris Too, but the Hays Office nixed that harmlessly suggestive monicker.
 

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