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The Joy Girl (1927)

 -  Comedy  -  3 September 1927 (USA)
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Though she loves one man, an ambitious Palm Beach girl marries another, whom she thinks is rich. He turns out to be a fraud who thought she was an heiress. She returns to a successful hat ... See full summary »

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Jewel Courage
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John Jeffrey Fleet
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Mrs. Heath
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Mrs. Courage
William Norris ...
Herbert Courage
Helen Chandler ...
Flora
Jerry Miley ...
Vicary
Frank Walsh ...
Hugh Sandman
Clarence Elmer ...
Valet (as Clarence J. Elmer)
Peggy Kelly ...
Isolde
Jimmy Grainger Jr. ...
Chauffeur
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Though she loves one man, an ambitious Palm Beach girl marries another, whom she thinks is rich. He turns out to be a fraud who thought she was an heiress. She returns to a successful hat shop she maintains catering to socialites. Her true love turns out to be in fact, a rich man who let her think he was not to test her. Written by WesternOne

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3 September 1927 (USA)  »

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A Menina Alegre  »

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Rumored to survive at MOMA.

There is an unconfirmed rumor that this rare film (including its early Technicolor reel) has survived and is housed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. It is to be hoped that this is so and that we may be able to view this Marie Dressler film in the near future.


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