The Girl from Calgary

The Girl from Calgary
Directed by Phil Whitman
Produced by I. E. Chadwick
Written by Lee Chadwick (continuity)
Lee Chadwick (dialogue)
Leon D'Usseau (story)
Sid Schlager (story)
Music by Albert Hay Malotte
Cinematography Harry Neumann
Edited by Carl Pierson
Chadwick Productions
Distributed by Monogram Studios
Release dates
  • October 24, 1932 (1932-10-24)
Running time
64 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Girl from Calgary is a 1932 American Pre-Code musical comedy film directed by Phil Whitman, and starring Fifi D'Orsay and Paul Kelly.

Plot summary

A French-Canadian girl is a champion bronc rider and is also a nightclub singer. An ambitious young man sees her act one night and is struck by her talent, realizing that she is good enough to become a Broadway star.

He convinces her to accompany him to New York, where she indeed does become a Broadway star. However, the young man finds himself being squeezed out by greedy Broadway producers who see the talented young girl as their own personal gold mine.


Production background

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