"The Five O'Clock Girl" was a successful Broadway play starring Mary Eaton and Oscar Shaw. Marion Davies' Cosmopolitan Productions bought the rights for the play and filmed it as a feature talkie. The plot revolves around Pat, a shop girl in a cleaners, and a local plumber named Gerry who she falls in love with. Publicity stills from the film show Marion trying on clothes people have brought in for cleaning and doing impersonations of the clothes' owners.
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Although it is often claimed the film was destroyed after production was shut down, there was never an official word of this from MGM. Some historians believe the film survives in the MGM archives. See more
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