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School for Girls (1935)





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Produced by M.H. Hoffman's Liberty Pictures, School for Girls is based on Reginald Wright Kauffman's story Our Undisciplined Daughters. It all begins when innocent heroine Annette Eldridge (Sidney Fox) gets mixed up with a slimy jewel thief. Taking the rap for her boyfriend, Annette ends up doing a three-year stretch in a girl's reformatory, where she's subjected to the sadistic excesses of brutal matron Miss Keeble (Lucille La Verne) (the same actress who later provided the voice of the Wicked Queen in Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs). Thankfully, young prison-board appointee Gary Waltham (Paul Kelly) dedicates himself to helping Annette -- and by extension, the rest of the unfortunate female inmates. The supporting cast of School for Girls reads like a "B"-picture Who's Who: Lona Andre, Russell Hopton, Kathleen Burke, Fred Kelsey, Edward Le Saint, and former silent-film favorites Anna Q. Nilsson, Charles Ray, Myrtle Stedman and Helene Chadwick. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Sidney Fox
as Annette Eldridge
Paul Kelly
as Garry Waltham
Lois Wilson
as Miss Cartwright
Toby Wing
as Hazel Jones
Lucille La Verne
as Miss Keeble
Dorothy Appleby
as Florence Burns
Dorothy Lee
as Dorothy Bosworth
Russell Hopton
as Elliott Robbins
Barbara Weeks
as Nell Davis
Kathleen Burke
as Gladys Deacon
Anna Q. Nilsson
as Dr. Anne Galvin
Purnell Pratt
as Inspector Jameson
William Farnum
as Charles Waltham
Myrtle Stedman
as Mrs. Winters
Helen Foster
as Eleanor
Mary Foy
as Miss Gage
Gretta Gould
as Mrs. Smoot
Anne Shirley
as Catherine Fogarty
Harry Woods
as Detective
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