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Greta Meyer ...
Mrs. Borgerschmith
J. Benton, City Editor


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12 October 1935 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Good Late Girl Friends
17 March 2007 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Although Thelma Todd never developed the chemistry with Patsy Kelly that she had earlier in the series with Zasu Pitts, there are signs of a relationship that looks possible here: Thelma a bit ditzy but willing to stand up to Miss Kelly's unending -- and to me -- annoying brashness.

The story -- about the two of them as reporters trying to get a good story out at the hospital, has plenty of possibilities.

There are also some interesting performers here, including Charlie Hall and, in a rare on screen appearance in the talkies, Billy Bletcher, who started out in silent comedies and wound up as a major voice artist for Disney -- doing Pete -- as well as Warner's -- where he specialized in explosive, growly fathers. The result is not a great comedy short, but it has enough moments to make it amusing.

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