City Of Missing Girls

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Released 1941

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Director:
Elmer Clifton
Released:
1941
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City of Missing Girls is a 1941 film directed by Elmer Clifton. Several girls mysteriously go missing, all linked by the fact that they attended the Crescent School of Fine Art. Little progress is made in solving the disappearances but the stakes get raised in the investigation when dancer Thalia Arnold, is found murdered. McVeigh (H. B. Warner), a police detective investigating the case believes that main suspect is King Peterson (Philip van Zandt), the owner of the Crescent School. Nora Page (Astrid Allwyn) is a newspaper reporter who is angry at the failure of the district attorney Horton (John Archer) to find the missing girls. Nora launches a newspaper campaign to help solve the case but the disappearances continue. An important lead emerges when Nora sees a car driven by a blonde woman leaving a house with Pauline Randolph, the next girl to disappear. The blonde woman telephones Horton to arrange a meeting so she can give them information about the missing girls. However, when Horton and McVeigh go to her apartment, the blonde woman is found dead. Attempting to uncover the truth about the disappearances, Nora decides to audition for a place at the drama school hoping to keep her identity undiscovered.moreless

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