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Ladies of Washington (1944)

 -  Drama  -  25 May 1944 (USA)
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Trudy Marshall ...
Ronald Graham ...
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Michael Romanescue
Sheila Ryan ...
Jerry Dailey
Robert Bailey ...
Dr. Stephen Craig
Beverly Whitney ...
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A "gold digger" digs a little too deep
21 February 2007 | by (Adelaide, South Australia) – See all my reviews

An attractive young lady, who is bitter and selfish, plays the field with as many of the right type of men as possible, quickly discarding them when they have served a purpose, or have a bleak outlook to the future.

Due to the housing shortages in Washington during WW2, she is forced to move into a rooming house, with many happy and generous girls, who soon take a disliking to the newcomer.

She meets up with a dashing foreign man, a very young Anthony Quinn in one of his earliest roles, and finds herself in trouble too deep to cry her way out of.

A quickie production from the early days of WW2, highlighting how women in the community can help the war effort, plus how dangerous it is to talk too much, in case of foreign agents.


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