Adventures of Kitty O'Day
|Adventures of Kitty O'Day|
|Directed by||William Beaudine|
|Produced by||Lindsley Parsons|
|Written by||Tim Ryan
|Music by||Edward J. Kay|
|Edited by||Richard Pike|
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
|January 19, 1945|
Adventures of Kitty O'Day is a 1945 American comedy mystery film directed by William Beaudine and starring Jean Parker, Peter Cookson and Tim Ryan. It was a sequel to the 1944 film Detective Kitty O'Day. The two films were an attempt to create a new detective series but no further films were made. A third film, Fashion Model, also directed by Beaudine, was made using a similar formula but with another actress playing a heroine with a different name.
Amateur detective Kitty O'Day and her boyfriend are employed in a hotel. After the owner is shot, O'Day takes over the investigation despite the protests of the police.
- Jean Parker as Kitty O'Day
- Peter Cookson as Johnny Jones
- Tim Ryan as Inspector Clancy
- Lorna Gray as Gloria Williams
- Jan Wiley as Carla Brant
- Ralph Sanford as Mike, Police Detective Sergeant
- William Forrest as Sauter
- Byron Foulger as Roberts
- Hugh Prosser as Nick Joel
- Dick Elliott as Bascom, Hotel Guest
- William Ruhl as Michael Tracey
- Carl Mathews as Policeman
- Constance Purdy as Woman in Ladies Spa
- Marshall p.243
- Gates p.159
- Gates, Phillipa. Detecting Women: Gender and the Hollywood Detective Film. SUNY Press, 2011.
- Marshall, Wendy L. William Beaudine: From Silents to Television. Scarecrow Press, 2005.
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