Girls' School (1938 film)
Girls' School is a 1938 comedy film starring Anne Shirley. The film was directed by John Brahm and based upon a Tess Slesinger story. Morris Stoloff and Gregory Stone were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Music, Scoring.
|Directed by||John Brahm|
|Written by||Tess Slesinger (story)|
|Music by||Gregory Stone|
|Edited by||Otto Meyer|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
The film revolves around wealthy high school teenagers who are sent to a Magnolia Hall, a boarding school to learn proper etiquette. One of the girls causes a scandal when she stays out all night, then announces on planning to elope with a boy. She gets in trouble when the faculty finds out through a monitor's report from a reluctant poor girl attending on scholarship.
- Whittaker, Herbert W. (December 24, 1938). "Story of Sensitive Youth at School Finely Told in Picture". The Gazette. Canada, Montreal. p. 11. Retrieved October 19, 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
- The New York Times Review