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|Directed by||Leigh Jason|
|Written by||Wilfred H. Petitt (play) |
|Produced by||Burt Kelly|
|Starring||Ann Harding |
|Cinematography||James Van Trees|
|Edited by||Otto Meyer|
|Music by||John Leipold|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|February 17, 1944|
Nine Girls is a 1944 American mystery film directed by Leigh Jason and starring Ann Harding, Evelyn Keyes and Jinx Falkenburg. Karen DeWolf, Connie Lee, and Al Martin wrote the script, which was based on a play by Wilfred H. Petitt.
Police arrive at a cabin in the woods to investigate the murder of a snooty sorority sister on initiation night. It's raining too hard for anyone to leave, and panic sets in as the sorority sisters and their house mother begin to point fingers at one another.
- Ann Harding as Gracie Thornton
- Evelyn Keyes as Mary O'Ryan
- Jinx Falkenburg as Jane Peters
- Anita Louise as Paula Canfield
- Leslie Brooks as Roberta Halloway
- Lynn Merrick as Eve Sharon
- Jeff Donnell as 'Butch' Hendricks
- Nina Foch as Alice Blake
- Shirley Mills as 'Tennessee' Collingwood
- Marcia Mae Jones as Shirley Berke
- Willard Robertson as Capt. Brooks
- William Demarest as Walter Cummings
- Lester Matthews as Horace Canfield
- Grady Sutton as Photographer
- Blottner p.167
- Blottner, Gene. Columbia Noir: A Complete Filmography, 1940-1962. McFarland, 2015.
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