The Girl in Room 20

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The Girl in Room 20
Directed by Spencer Williams
Produced by Alfred N. Sack
Starring Geraldine Brock
Spencer Williams
July Jones
Music by Roger Cockrell
Cinematography Frank Brodie
Jack Specht
Edited by H. W. Kier
Distributed by Sack Amusement Enterprises
Release dates 1949 (USA)
Running time 63 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Girl in Room 20 is a 1949 race film directed by and starring Spencer Williams. The focuses on Daisy Mae Walker an aspiring singer from a small town in Texas, who comes to New York City to pursue a show business career, only to fall prey to a sleazy nightclub owner. Thanks to the intervention of a kindly taxi driver, Daisy Mae is able to achieve her goals.[1]

The Girl in Room 20 was filmed in 1946, but did not receive theatrical distribution until 1949.[2]

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