|Three Little Sisters|
|Directed by||Joseph Santley|
|Screenplay by||Olive Cooper|
|Story by||Olive Cooper|
|Produced by||Harry Grey|
|Starring|| Mary Lee |
|Edited by||Fred Allen|
|Music by||R. Dale Butts|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
Three Little Sisters is a 1944 American comedy directed by Joseph Santley, written by Olive Cooper, and starring Mary Lee, Ruth Terry, Cheryl Walker, William Terry, Jackie Moran and Charles Arnt. It was released on July 31, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
Two sisters cover for a third whose misled GI pen pal has come to visit from Arizona.
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The National Cartoonists Society (NCS) is an organization of professional cartoonists in the United States. It presents the National Cartoonists Society Awards. The Society was born in 1946 when groups of cartoonists got together to entertain the troops. They enjoyed each other's company and decided to meet on a regular basis.
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