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Billboard Girl (1932)

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Bing and a buddy drive to the college town where Bing's penpal, a billboard model, goes to school. Little does he know he's being pranked by one of her male classmates.

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Bing
Marjorie Kane ...
Mary Malone (as Margie Babe Kane)
Dick Stewart ...
Jerry, Bing's Chum
James Eagles ...
Freddie, Mary's Brother (as Jimmy Eagles)
Lincoln Stedman ...
Whitney, Mary's Fiancé
George C. Pearce ...
Mr. Malone, Mary's Father (as George Pearce)
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Bing and a buddy drive to the college town where Bing's penpal, a billboard model, goes to school. Little does he know he's being pranked by one of her male classmates.

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20 March 1932 (USA)  »

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The Billboard Girl  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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Edited into Down Memory Lane (1949) See more »

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For You
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Music by Joseph A. Burke
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Performed by Bing Crosby
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What a drag!
26 March 2002 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

Bing is a magazine salesman on the road who falls in love with a college girl who is featured on billboards. Bing writes her letters, which are answered by her nelly brother. When Bing arrives at the college town, expecting a hot romance, the girl doesn't know him. The nelly brother than arranges a date with Bing. He is dressed in drag by his fraternity brothers, down to undies and stockings. The billboard girl witnesses Bing's impassioned wooing of her brother and wants it for herself. She takes her brother's place, myopic Bing being none the wiser, and swoons when Bing sings to her. Bing convinces the girl to elope with him. Her father objects. A wild Mack Sennett chase ensues. Bing wins out. The brother will have to seek love elsewhere. One of the best of the Bing-Sennett two reelers.


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