The Girl from Manhattan: Tom Walker,former All-American fullback who gave up football to enter the ministry, returns to his old home town for his first assignment under the church Bishop , an old friend of his father. And Carol Maynard , a local girl who has become New York's most famous model, comes home to visit her uncle, Homer Purdy, a boarding-house keeper.She is dismayed to learn that the money she has been sending him to pay off his $3000 mortgage has been going to a bunch of non-paying guests, among them Aaror Goss, a radio contest fanatic, and a broken-down actress, Mrs. Brooke. Tom and Carol resume their romance which was interrupted when he went away to college and she to New York. This upsets the Bishop. Mr. Birch, holds the mortgage on Purdy's boarding house and is going to foreclose, and donate the property to Tom's church for a new building. Tom, clearly, has a conflict-of-interest situation on his hands.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||October 01, 1948|
|Genres:||Drama Comedy Romance Sport|
|Director:||Alfred E Green|
|Actors:||Adeline De Walt Reynolds Charles Laughton Constance Collier Dorothy Lamour Eddy Waller Ernest Truex Everett Glass Frank Orth George Chandler George Montgomery Howard Freeman Hugh Herbert Marie Blake Maurice Cass Raymond Largay Sara Allgood Selmer Jackson William Frawley|
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JonGee : Meh. It was decent, at best. CG was on par with the third installment. This one ...
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robeats : I didn't go to see this in the theaters because many of the reviews were so bad. ...