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The Girl from Missouri (1934) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Sam Wood and Jack Conway and produced by Bernard H. Hyman and Jack Conway.

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The Films of Jean Harlow: The Girl From Missouri (1934)

By Kristen on Mar 7, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

Today’s film almost feels like a sequel to yesterday’s film Bombshell, and by that I mean it has a very similar cast and story. ?Both films star Harlow, Lionel Barrymore, and Franchot Tone while detailing the life of a girl trying to escape a shattered past and be accepted by a lover. ?T... Read full article

The Girl from Missouri

By RBuccicone on Apr 27, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies

Girl From Missouri (1934) ???? I was excited to come across a pairing of Jean Harlow and Franchot Tone in a romantic flick as I enjoy Harlow and find Tone quite charming, but their pairing in The Girl From Missouri produced poor results on the acting front. ???? Both Harlow as Eadie and Tone as Tom ... Read full article

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Kitty Lennihan: I kinda like the butler.
Eadie Chapman: Well, it's just as easy to like a millionaire.

Kitty Lennihan: If you can't afford to tip 'em, you have to be polite!

Eadie Chapman: I bet you were an awful cute baby.

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Sam Wood shot additional scenes, uncredited.
Cinematographer Harold Rosson was replaced by Ray June.
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