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Three Smart Girls

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Musical, Romance
Release Date:December 20, 1936
Running time:84 minutes
Cast:Binnie Barnes, Charles Winninger, Alice Brady, Ray Milland, Mischa Auer
Director:Henry Koster
Writer:Adele Comandini

Description: Deanna Durbin, the teenaged soprano who literally saved Universal Pictures from bankruptcy, made her feature-film debut in Three Smart Girls. Durbin, Nan Grey and Barbara Read play three wealthy young sisters, living with their divorced mother (Nella Walker) in Europe. The girls learn that their father (Charles Winninger) has made plans to remarry. Correctly sensing that the bride-to-be (Binnie Barnes) is a fortune hunter, the sisters head to Manhattan to save Daddy from himself. Durbin is the primary architect in reuniting her parents, but not before satisfying her fans with several arias. Three Smart Girls not only spawned a sequel (Three Smart Girls Grow Up), but even a 2-reel Three Stooges parody titled Three Dumb Clucks! ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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