THE GAY SISTERS is anything but. Instead it's a long, boring, and gray, rather than gay, story. Stanwyck, Coleman, and Fitzgerald are left motherless when their mom goes down on the Lusitania. Their father is killed in France, and they must now oversee their huge Fifth Avenue mansion on
their own. Stanwyck married Brent in order to get an inheritance from her aunt, and Brent, a real-estate developer, wants to get his hands on the family's mansion in order to raze it and build a huge complex. Stanwyck and Brent were married years before, and she's kept that a secret. She begins a
personal campaign against Brent and vows to "never sell the land." Big buildings soon s...