|Director||James A. FitzPatrick|
|Cast||James A. FitzPatrick|
|Plot||This Traveltalks visit to Greece starts in Athens, the country's capital. The first stop is the Acropolis, a plateau with ancient ruins, including the Parthenon. We then go to the downtown area with modern shops and hotels and outdoor markets. Modern and ancient architectural styles can be seen side by side. We then go to the island of Rhodes, in the Aegean Sea. The narrator emphasizes the fact that the Italian dictator 'Benito Mussolini' (qv) spent much time here during World War II. In closing, the local inhabitants perform a traditional dance.... search for A Word for the Greeks on IMDb|
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|Three former Broadway showgirls are looking to attract wealthy gentlemen for husbands. Their plan is to rent a luxury penthouse together, dress extravagantly, dine in the finest restaurants and attend all the social functions with the hopes that they will attract the attention of some rich gentleman. If the men think the ladies have money, they won't be afraid to pursue them. The three ladies put their plan in motion but they find that things don't go as planned or appear as they seem.|
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