Sally, Irene and Mary is a 1938 American comedy film directed by William A. Seiter and written by Harry Tugend and Jack Yellen. The film stars Alice Faye, Tony Martin, Fred Allen, Joan Davis, Marjorie Weaver and Gregory Ratoff. The film was released on March 4, 1938, by 20th Century Fox.


Sally (Alice Faye) and her best friends, Irene and Mary, work together as manicurists in a New York City barbershop. Their dream is to be a successful singing trio, but it always seems that whenever they're on the verge of a big break, things fall apart at the last minute. Their luck changes, though, when Mary inherits an old ferry ship. Together, the three work to turn the worn-down ship into in a supper club, where they can sing and dance the night away.


  • Alice Faye as Sally Day
  • Tony Martin as Tommy Reynolds
  • Fred Allen as Gabriel 'Gabby' Green
  • Joan Davis as Irene Keene
  • Marjorie Weaver as Mary Stevens
  • Gregory Ratoff as Baron Alex Zorka
  • Jimmy Durante as Jefferson Twitchel
  • Gypsy Rose Lee as Joyce Taylor
  • Mary Treen as Miss Barkow
  • Charles C. Wilson as Covered Wagon Cafe Manager
  • J. Edward Bromberg as Pawnbroker
  • Raymond Scott as Orchestra Leader
  • Andrew Tombes as Judge
  • Gwen Brian as Member of Vocal Specialty Trio
  • Betty Brian as Member of Vocal Specialty Trio
  • Doris Brian as Member of Vocal Specialty Trio
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