Boy Meets Girl | Chicago Reader

Boy Meets Girl

A likable spoof of Hollywood (1938), with James Cagney and Pat O'Brien as fast-talking screenwriters, and Marie Wilson (the original dumb blond) around for pulchritudinous laughs. Director Lloyd Bacon functioned at Warners as a kind of second-string Michael Curtiz—though his specialty was economically paced comedy and nonmusical stretches of Berkeley musicals (Forty-second Street, Footlight Parade).


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