BROADWAY LIMITED had both Zasu Pitts and Patsy Kelly in it. And Marjorie Woodworth.
Broadway Limited (film)
|Directed by||Gordon Douglas|
|Produced by||Hal Roach (producer)|
|Written by||Rian James (original screenplay)|
Rian James (story "The Baby Vanishes") (uncredited)
|Music by||Charles Previn|
|Editing by||Bert Jordan|
|Release date(s)||13 June 1941|
|Running time||75 minutes|
- Victor McLaglen as Maurice "Mike" Monohan
- Marjorie Woodworth as April Tremaine / Mary Potter
- Dennis O'Keefe as Dr. Harvey North
- Patsy Kelly as Patsy Riley
- Zasu Pitts as Myra Prottle
- Leonid Kinskey as Ivan Makail Ivanski
- George E. Stone as Lefty
- Gay Ellen Dakin as Baby
- Charles C. Wilson as Detective
- John Sheehan as Conductor
- Edgar Edwards as State Trooper
- Eric Alden as State Trooper
- Sam McDaniel as Train Porter
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Zasu Pitts and Patsy Kelly had both been teamed with Thelma Todd and I've seen this one mentioned in connection with those films. Not mentioned was that this one had another blonde in it, Marjorie Woodworth. Roach evidently thought he would make a star of her, but she never made it big, although she was famous at the time as "The All-American Coed", a a name they used for another of her films.
Marjorie Woodworth running along the train tracks with Army officers. Photograph by John Florea. USA, 1942.
Army men bouncing starlet Marjorie Woodworth into the air. Photograph by John Florea. USA, 1942.
A popular pin-up girl of World War II. This photo resembles the famous pinup of Betty Grable.
Marjorie Woodworth was about as well known for selling cosmetics as anything else.
Marjorie Woodworth At Maybelline Site: