Girls of the Road

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Girls of the Road is a 1940 American action film, based on an original screenplay by Robert Hardy Andrews, directed by Nick Grinde,[1] and produced by Wallace MacDonald.

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Girls of the Road
1951 newspaper advertisement for Girls Under 21 and Girls of the Road
Directed byNick Grinde
Written byRobert Hardy Andrews
Produced byWallace MacDonald
StarringAnn Dvorak
Helen Mack
Lola Lane
Ann Doran
CinematographyGeorge Meehan
Edited byCharles Nelson
Music byMorris Stoloff
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Running time
61 minutes
CountryUnited States

The main characters of the 61–minute Columbia Pictures feature film were ten female "hobos", portrayed by Ann Dvorak (Kay),[2][3] Helen Mack (Mickey), Lola Lane (Ellie), Ann Doran (Jerry), Marjorie Cooley (Irene), Mary Field (Mae), Mary Booth (Edna), Madelon Grayson (Annie), Grace Lenard (Stella), and Evelyn Young (Sadie).[4][5] Male actors in the films included Bruce Bennett (Officer Sullivan),[6] Eddie Laughton (Footsy), and Don Beddoe (Sheriff).[7]