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Lilies of the Field (1930)





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Silent screen sweetheart Corinne Griffith, who originally wanted to retire when talkies came in, proved the wisdom of her earlier decision when she starred in the clunky musical drama Lilies of the Field. Griffith is cast as Mildred Harker, who loses custody of her child in a messy divorce settlement. Leaving her hometown in disgrace, Mildred heads to New York, where after a crash course in the school of hard knocks she joins the chorus of a Ziegfeld-like musical revue. Now a full-fledged gold-digger, she enjoys the favors of backstage johnnies and elderly sugar daddies, but finally finds true love in the form of Park Avenue socialite Ted Willing (Ralph Forbes). Alas, Mildred is damaged goods, and soon she's back in the gutter whence she came. A remake of a 1924 silent film which also starred Corinne Griffith, Lilies of the Field is distinguished by a bizarre musical number in which the star is dressed (just barely) as an art-deco automobile hood ornament!


Corinne Griffith
as Mildred Harker
Ralph Forbes
as Ted Willing
John Loder
as Walter Harker
Freeman Wood
as Lewis Conroy
Patsy Paige
as Judy Harker @ Baby
May Boley
as Maizie
Joseph E. Bernard
as Mildred's Lawyer
Raymond Largay
as Harker's Lawyer
Rita La Roy
as Florette
Anne Schaefer
as 1st Maid
Alice Moe
as 3rd Maid
Jean Bary
as Gertie
Tyler Brooke
as Bert Miller
Douglas Gerrard
as Headwaiter
Tenen Holtz
as Paymaster
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