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Baby Face (1-Jul-1933)

Director: Alfred E. Green

Writers: Gene Markey; Kathryn Scola; Darryl F. Zanuck

Musical Director: Leo F. Forbstein

Producer: William LeBaron

Keywords: Drama

After the death of her father in a distillery explosion, an ambitious and already well-used young woman sleeps her way up the corporate ladder of a New York City bank. Fast paced and engaging, a good example of Pre-Code amorality. Barbara Stanwyck makes a very convincing sociopath. Best viewed as the restored 76-minute version.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Barrat
Actor
10-Jul-1889 7-Jan-1970 The Kennel Murder Case
George Brent
Actor
15-Mar-1899 26-May-1979 The Great Lie
Donald Cook
Actor
26-Sep-1901 1-Oct-1961 Viva Villa!
Douglass Dumbrille
Actor
13-Oct-1889 2-Apr-1974 The Three Musketeers
Theresa Harris
Actor
31-Dec-1906 8-Oct-1985 Baby Face
Arthur Hohl
Actor
21-May-1889 10-Mar-1964 Character actor
Henry Kolker
Actor
13-Nov-1870 15-Jul-1947 Romeo and Juliet
Margaret Lindsay
Actor
19-Sep-1910 9-May-1981 The House of the Seven Gables
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity
John Wayne
Actor
26-May-1907 11-Jun-1979 The Duke

CAST

Barbara Stanwyck   ...   Lily
George Brent   ...   Trenholm
Donald Cook   ...   Stevens
Alphonse Ethier   ...   Cragg
Henry Kolker   ...   Carter
And
Margaret Lindsay   ...   Ann Carter
Arthur Hohl   ...   Ed Sipple
John Wayne   ...   Jimmy McCoy
Robert Barrat   ...   Nick Powers
Douglass Dumbrille   ...   Brody
Theresa Harris   ...   Chico

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