The New Pictures, Dec. 6, 1943

Government Girl (RKO-Radio) bump-the-bumps its way with engaging roughness through the crowded bedrooms, offices and baths of wartime Washington. It is the first picture to be produced and directed, as well as written, by top flight Scripter Dudley Nichols. Nichols did not want the job, which was tossed into his lap, like somebody else's damp baby, and he is reported to be unhappy about the result.

An industrialist (Sonny Tufts) who has "kicked his way up through Detroit" comes to Washington with just one job in mind: to make as many planes as possible...

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