Forgotten Women (1931)

58,67 or 69 mins | Drama | 1 December 1931

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HISTORY

Var notes that many scenes were filmed at Hollywood studios and other familiar spots in the area. ...

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
28 Feb 1932
p. 10
Hollywood Reporter
27 Nov 1931
p. 3
Motion Picture Herald
12 Dec 1931
p. 40
Motion Picture Herald
31 Jan 1932
p. 53
Variety
15 Mar 1932
p. 21
DETAILS
Release Date:
1 December 1931
Production Date:

Physical Properties:
Sound
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
58,67 or 69
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Acting on a tip from former stage actress Fern Madden, who is now working as a movie extra, Jimmy Burke, a Hollywood reporter, publishes an article revealing an independent film producer to have mob connections. As a result of the story, Jimmy becomes city editor. Jimmy is all but engaged to Fern's roommate, Patricia Young, a struggling actress who also works as an extra. Self-important with success, however, he falls in love with his publisher's daughter and rarely sees Patricia. One day Jimmy takes Patricia driving and, afraid to tell her of his other romantic interest, asks her to spend the night with him. In the morning, Patricia finds a curt note from Jimmy, and in despair, agrees to go on a cruise with a gangster. Alerted by Fern, Jimmy pursues Patricia and he and Patricia are ...

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Acting on a tip from former stage actress Fern Madden, who is now working as a movie extra, Jimmy Burke, a Hollywood reporter, publishes an article revealing an independent film producer to have mob connections. As a result of the story, Jimmy becomes city editor. Jimmy is all but engaged to Fern's roommate, Patricia Young, a struggling actress who also works as an extra. Self-important with success, however, he falls in love with his publisher's daughter and rarely sees Patricia. One day Jimmy takes Patricia driving and, afraid to tell her of his other romantic interest, asks her to spend the night with him. In the morning, Patricia finds a curt note from Jimmy, and in despair, agrees to go on a cruise with a gangster. Alerted by Fern, Jimmy pursues Patricia and he and Patricia are reunited.

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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