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Exit Smiling

USA, English, 77 mins

  • Director: Sam Taylor
  • Writer: Marc Connelly; Sam Taylor

CGiii Comment

Watch it for Cecil Lovelace...the 'first' sissy.

Seemingly, this was the film that introduced the 'sissy' to the world - from here on in, the sissy became a regular character in a mountain of films. Ooooh thank you Hollywood!

As a film - it has charm because of its age - in truth, it's rubbish.


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The(ir) Blurb...

A maid who works for a traveling theatrical troupe wants desperately to be an actress, and manages to get some small roles in the company's productions, but is determined to do anything she can to show that she deserves a shot at the big time.

Cast & Characters

Beatrice Lillie as Violet;
Jack Pickford as Jimmy Marsh;
Doris Lloyd as Olga;
DeWitt Jennings as Orlando Wainwright;
Harry Myers as Jesse Watson;
Tenen Holtz as Tod Powell;
Louise Lorraine as Phyllis Tichnor;
Franklin Pangborn as Cecil Lovelace;
D'Arcy Corrigan as Macomber - Actor Who Shaves;
Charles K. French as Mr. Tichnor - Phyllis' Father;
William Gillespie as Jack Hastings;
Gus Leonard as Extra in Audience;
Andy MacLennan as Stage Hand;
Carl Richards as Dave;
Carl 'Major' Roup as Young Boy in Audience

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