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Three Girls Lost ()


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Architect Gordon Wales finds fellow apartment house resident Joan Marsh locked out and flirts with her. When she is murdered evidence points to him. He and Joan's roommate Noreen become involved.

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Norene McMann
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William (Jack) Marriott
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Gordon Wales
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Marcia Tallant
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Edna Best
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Airport Lothario (uncredited)
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Andre (uncredited)
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Airline Steward (uncredited)
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Tony Halcomb (uncredited)
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Chinese Headwaiter (uncredited)
Sherry Hall ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Photographer (uncredited)
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Taxicab Driver (uncredited)
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Detective (uncredited)
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Taxicab Driver (uncredited)
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Mrs. McGee (uncredited)

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Sidney Lanfield

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Robert Hardy Andrews ... (story) (as Robert D. Andrews)
 
Bradley King ... ()

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L. William O'Connell

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Ralph Dietrich

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Sophie Wachner ... (uncredited)

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R.H. Bassett ... composer: title music (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Three smalltown girls, Noreen, Edna, and Marsha, arrive in the big city and rent an apartment together. When Marsha becomes locked out without her key, handsome architect Gordon Wales helps her get in, and a mild flirtation developes. Gordon gets Marsha a job with wealthy William Marriott, who falls for her. Marriott, though, is a racketeer with vengeful enemies. When he is murdered, Gordon becomes a suspect, due to remarks by Marsha that cause the authorities to think Gordon was jealous of Marriott over Marsha. Gordon, however, has found himself truly attracted to Marsha's roommate, Noreen. Noreen nobly enlists her smalltown sweetheart in Gordon's legal defense. Written by Jim Beaver

Taglines Three Lovely Girls..Taking a Fling at Romance...Flirting With Temptation in The Big City! (Print Ad- Pittsburgh Press, ((Pittsburgh, Penna.)) 17 May 1931) See more »
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  • Three Girls Lost in Chicago (United States)
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  • 80 min
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Trivia The film is Preserved at the UCLA Film and Television Archive as a "Non-circulating Nitrate Vaults research copy" which means the film is not on general release. See more »

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