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Three Wise Girls

Three Wise Girls(1932)

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  • 3 wise girls

    • kevin sellers
    • 3/7/16

    A veritable cornucopia of ordinariness, this film moves at a lizard's pace (75 minutes has never felt so eternal) with flat dialogue and, with the exception of Mae Clark, uninvolving characters. It's not even pre code racy, for cryin out loud! I do, however, agree with the previous reviewer that Mae Clark's convincing portrayal of suicidal depression pierces this dreary landscape like a lighthouse through fog. Give it a C 'stead of a D for Ms. Clark.

  • who's the star?

    • tom
    • 4/7/11

    Jean Harlow first starring role, OK, I love her but Mae Clarke steals the show. She was quite beautiful and talented.

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    • Glen Ulrici
    • 7/10/09

    The Director was William Beaudine.

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    • Glen Ulrici
    • 7/10/09

    I'm not going to review this movie it needs no review. It's the standard fare of many of the early 30's movies involving a love affair of the married rich with the unmarried struggling class. But I am going to recommend this movie for it's final scene. A young girl of the approximate age of 6 climbs onto a drugstore stool to order an ice cream. She is to order "vanilla & strawberry mix" & in fact does so - a total of three times! Each time she orders it a little differently but I would draw your attention to the middle order when she actually orders "chocolate" until she realizes her mistake & returns to the almost successfully rehearsed "vanilla & strawberry mix".Great directing by George Cukor- he kept it in.The moral of the story don't ever ask anyone under 7yrs old to order anything but chocolate when ordering ice cream..

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