"Street Girl" (also known as "Jozelle jazz club") is a Drama/Musical/Romance film directed by Wesley Ruggles, and written by W. Carey Wonderly (story "The Viennese Charmer") and Jane Murfin, released in the USA on July 30 of 1929 . Betty Compson is starring, alongside John Harron, Jack Oakie, Ned Sparks, Guy Buccola and Joseph Cawthorn.
After saving a homeless Hungarian violinist named Freddie (Betty Compson), Mike (John Harron), a jazz musician and leader of a quartet The Four Seasons, convinces his band members to let afford her room and board. For their act of kindness, Freddie offers to manage the band. After the Four Seasons are fired from their job, Freddie convinces Keppel (Joseph Cawthorn), the owner of a Hungarian cafe, to hire the band which she soon joins. After Prince Nicholaus of Aregon (Ivan Lebedeff) goes to the cafe to see [...]
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Who is the director of "Street Girl"?
Wesley Ruggles was an American director, producer, writer, and actor.
Wesley Ruggles has directed movies such as "Somewhere I'll Find You", released in 1942, "Condemned" (1929), "You Belong to Me" (1941), "No Man of Her Own" (1932), "I'm No Angel" (1933), and "The Plastic Age" (1925).
What was the release date of "Street Girl"?
"Street Girl" was first released in the United States on Tuesday, July 30, 1929.Release date in the United States:
- Tuesday, July 30, 1929
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