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Original review at TVGuide
TV Guide review
The Girl in the Crowd (1935)
A ridiculous idea for a film has Clifton as a man desperate to find a girl, leading him to seek the advice of a happily married man. Clifton does exactly what this friend recommends--that is, just takes a girl out of the crowd. But this chance pick happens to be his friend's wife. It isn't long before this skirt-chaser finds himself sitting in jail in proceedings that make absolutely no sense but at least provide a couple of laughs.
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