Hometown Girl is a 1948 film noted for being the first role for exploitation actor Timothy Farrell (of Ed Wood fame). It was directed by Merle McConnell and starred Pat Carrell who would later become a well known voice actor. The film is typical of the George Weiss exploitation films of the era. According to reports the film was about an unplanned pregnancy that ruins the reputation of young girl in a small town. Farrell reportedly played the role of Dr. Wright, a role he would late take on again for the partially-lost Test Tube Babies a year later. Little is known about the film except for a few cast members , its director and production company. The survival status of the film is unknown and is not available in any known format.

557px-Timothy Farrell in Jail Bait (1954)

Pictured is the film's star, Timothy Farrell who would go on to star in a number of 1950s B-movies including three Ed Wood Films.

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