Forgotten Women: A tale of three women who hang out in a bar and bend the ear of Harry the bartender (Tim Ryan.) Kate Allison (Elyse Knox) drinks to forget playboy Andy Emerson (Edward Norris), whom she might have married if her husband, John Allison (Warren Douglas) hadn't come home before the divorce was final, which is no big deal as actors Norris and Douglas were pretty much interchangeable anyway; Ruth Marshall (Theodora Lynch) is reunited with husband Richard Marshall (Robert Shayne) on the pleas of their son in the divorce court of Judge Donnell (Selmer Jackson); and Clair Dunning (Veda Ann Borg) makes up with husband Bill Dunning (Bill Kennedy) after they meet in the bar. Most of what passes for action is a couple of car wrecks, understandable considering the amount of sauce consumed in Harry's bar.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||July 17, 1949|
|Actors:||Alex Gerry Andy Andrews Bill Kennedy Bud Wolfe Charles Anthony Hughes David Cavendish Doretta Johnson Edward Norris Elyse Knox Herman Cantor Jack Stoney Joel Marston Marshall Bradford Noel Neill Nolan Leary Robert Shayne Sam Balter Selmer Jackson Tim Ryan Veda Ann Borg Warren Douglas Wilbur Mack|
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