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Female (11-Nov-1933)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writers: Gene Markey; Kathryn Scola; Donald Henderson Clark

Producer: Robert Presnell, Sr.

Keywords: Comedy

A wealthy, assertive female CEO has one-night-stands with underlings, transferring them to Canada if the man is unable to accept his disposable status. This pattern continues until one man refuses her conjugal invitation, of course making the CEO ever more determined. Astonishing Pre-Code artifact, though the ending may leave somewhat a bad taste today.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Brent
Actor
15-Mar-1899 26-May-1979 The Great Lie
Johnny Mack Brown
Actor
1-Sep-1904 14-Nov-1974 College All-American turned film star
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Ruth Chatterton
Actor
24-Dec-1893 24-Nov-1961 Madame X
Ruth Donnelly
Actor
17-May-1896 17-Nov-1982 A Slight Case of Murder
Douglass Dumbrille
Actor
13-Oct-1889 2-Apr-1974 The Three Musketeers

CAST

Ruth Chatterton   ...   Alison Drake
George Brent   ...   Jim Thorne
Lois Wilson   ...   Harriet
Johnny Mack Brown   ...   Cooper
Ruth Donnelly   ...   Miss Frothingham
Ferdinand Gottschalk   ...   Pettigrew
And
Phillip Reed   ...   Claybourne
Gavin Gordon   ...   Briggs
Kenneth Thomson   ...   Red
Huey White   ...   Puggy
Douglass Dumbrille   ...   Mumford
Spencer Charters   ...   Tom

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