Three Smart Girls

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Released 1936

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Director:
Henry Koster
Released:
1936
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Deanna Durbin was introduced as "Universal's New Discovery" in this delightful debut which launched the teenage singing sensation. The adventure begins when three lovely, high-spirited girls (Durbin, Nan Grey and Barbara Read) attempt to reunite their mother and father who divorced a decade ago. The girls decide to pay their millionaire father (Charles Winninger) a surprise visit in New York when they learn of his intentions to remarry. The object of his current affections (Binnie Barnes) is headed for disaster when the girls arrive to break up the romance and bring their father home. Wonderful songs punctuate the action, including the hits "My Heart is Singing" and "Someone to Care for Me," rendered by Durbin in star-making style. The girls let nothing stand in the way of their success, and their hilarious high jinks prove irresistible. Don't miss the film that made Deanna Durbin a household name and endeared her to millions of movie-going fans.

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