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I tuned in expecting a mystery called "Nine Girls" but got this one instead...
And I should have tuned out long before the ending.
A really miserable B-film starring Marjorie Reynolds, Jinx Falkenberg and--in supporting roles--Spring Byington and Allen Jenkins. Spring is the only Grade-A element in an otherwise forgettable little programmer.
None of the songs are memorable, the dancing leaves much to be desired and the script is cornball stuff prevalent in the '40s B films.
Actually, there was a programming glitch on TCM and "Meet Me On Broadway" was not even scheduled. Instead, a Columbia B-film mystery called "Nine Girls" was supposed to be shown. Watched this strictly out of curiosity (never heard of it before), and might just as well have skipped it.
Give it a pass.
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