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The Good Bad Girl (1931)

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Marcia Cameron
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Bob Henderson
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Trixie Barnes
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Dapper Dan Tyler
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Mrs. J.P. Henderson
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Mr. J.P. Henderson
James Donlan ...
Police Sgt. Donovan
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Tony Pagano
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Moreland
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Roach
George Berliner ...
Spike
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20 May 1931 (USA)  »

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La peccatrice  »

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1.37 : 1
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Alternate-language version of El pasado acusa (1931) See more »

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A chance to see Mae & Marie
13 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There is nothing unpredictable in this hard-luck-story-programmer - But it is a great chance to see the talents of early screen talents Mae Clarke and Marie Prevost. Marie of the notorious, tragic, early death - It is not true that she had trouble with sound films because of a heavy regional accent: In fact she made a nice transition out of her dynamic silent screen persona into a sidekick with a heart a gold precursor to Joan Blondell - and though not an actress of depth, she has an appealing quality that is evident here. And then there's Mae - she is very easy to underestimate - but taking her performances in context of the times, she is in fact wonderful to watch - with a subtlety and directness that is well ahead of her time. A performer of excellent taste - here's a nice chance to see that talent on good display, albeit in a second rate vehicle.


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