All-American Co-Ed

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All-American Co-Ed
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Original Movie Poster
Directed by LeRoy Prinz
Produced by LeRoy Prinz (producer)
Written by Cortland Fitzsimmons (original screenplay)
Kenneth Higgins (adaptation)
LeRoy Prinz (story)
Hal Roach Jr. (story)
Starring See below
Music by Edward Ward
Cinematography Robert Pittack
Edited by Bert Jordan
Release dates 1941
Running time 53 minutes
Country United States
Language English

All-American Co-Ed is a 1941 American film directed by LeRoy Prinz.

Plot summary[edit]

Mar Brynn college is failing, as a scheme to perk-up attendance a newspaper reporter stages a show featuring "Odd girls" from all over the country. For publicity Mar Brynn's President Aunt Matilda Collinge (Esther Dale) begins poking fun of the Quincton college Zeta frat. For revenge the Quincton Zeta frat sends a man dressed in drag to participate in a free admission contest. After falling in love with Virginia Collinge (Frances Langford) Bob Sheppard/Bobbie DeWolfe (Johnny Downs) comes clean and for revenge stages a "Zeta" publicity shot at the end of the show.

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