Beauty Parlor (1932)

60,64 or 66 mins | Romance | 15 June 1932

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Film Daily
4-Oct-32
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Variety
4 Oct 1932
p. 19
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PRODUCTION TEXT
A George R. Batcheller Production
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Release Date:
15 June 1932
Production Date:
at Universal City
Physical Properties:
Sound
RCA Photophone
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
60,64 or 66
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Two women, both manicurists in a beauty shop, join forces with another lady, meeting men in an adjoining barber shop. One of the women leads an unadventurous but good life and marries a businessman. Sally also falls in love, but agrees to marry a rich, older man instead of Jeffry Colt, the man she loves, so she can help bail out the third lady, who has become involved in extortion. Eventually, the rich, older man releases Sally from her engagement so she can marry ...

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Two women, both manicurists in a beauty shop, join forces with another lady, meeting men in an adjoining barber shop. One of the women leads an unadventurous but good life and marries a businessman. Sally also falls in love, but agrees to marry a rich, older man instead of Jeffry Colt, the man she loves, so she can help bail out the third lady, who has become involved in extortion. Eventually, the rich, older man releases Sally from her engagement so she can marry Jeffry.

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Legend
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AFI Life Achievement Award

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