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Good Girls Go to Paris (Columbia), before the Hays office gave it a brush-off, had a Too in its title. As it stands, Paris is just a naughty notion in the head of a waitress named Jenny Swanson (Joan Blondell), who has big gold-digging ideas but not the true killer instinct. Jenny ends up as a sort of middle-aged Shirley Temple, patching up a flock of romantic tatters, curing rich old Olaf Brand's gouty hypochondria with extra blankets and aquavit, reminding him: "Swedes need to sweat." Nearest Jenny ever gets to Paris high life is Manhattan's sotty El Morocco, where she...

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