The Girl in Room 20
|The Girl in Room 20|
|Directed by||Spencer Williams|
|Produced by||Alfred N. Sack|
|Music by||Roger Cockrell|
|Editing by||H. W. Kier|
|Distributed by||Sack Amusement Enterprises|
|Release date(s)||1949 (USA)|
|Running time||63 minutes|
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.
The Girl in Room 20 was filmed in 1946, but did not receive theatrical distribution until 1949.
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