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Street of Women (1932)

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Complete credited cast:
Natalie 'Nat' Upton
Linkhorne 'Link' Gibson
Alan Dinehart ...
Lawrence 'Larry' Baldwin
Doris 'Dodo' Baldwin
Marjorie Gateson ...
Lois Baldwin
Allen Vincent ...
Clarke Upton
Adrienne Dore ...
Louise Beavers ...
Mattie, Natalie's maid


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4 June 1932 (USA)  »

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A Mulher que Inspirou  »

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Natalie 'Nat' Upton: Come on, here's your cocktail.
Linkhorne 'Link' Gibson: Thanks. What's this, a highball?
Natalie 'Nat' Upton: Mm-hmm.
Linkhorne 'Link' Gibson: Scotch! You don't drink Scotch. I'm betrayed! Woman, what man's been here?
Natalie 'Nat' Upton: Wouldn't you like to know!
Linkhorne 'Link' Gibson: Oh, well, uh... I, uh... anyone I know?
Natalie 'Nat' Upton: None of your business.
Linkhorne 'Link' Gibson: Of course it's none of my business; that doesn't satisfy my curiosity. If we were married, I wouldn't have any curiosity.
Natalie 'Nat' Upton: [laughing] Darling, I wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on earth!
Linkhorne 'Link' Gibson: If I were the last man on earth, you wouldn't have to. As a ...
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6 January 2002 | by (L.A.) – See all my reviews

Did you know that Alan Dinehart has a voice like William Holden's? Quite possibly, you never knew who the man was before you considered watching this film, as in my experience. I have not investigated his career to determine how many films he was entrusted to 'carry,' but in Street of Women, he is quite capable of filling the role of romantic leading man opposite a most lovely, refined Kay Francis. His voice is just one aspect of his pleasing presence.

The film's title implies a connotation of the risque sort, which is not at all depicted here. In truth, when they are tested, most of the characters of this film live by an imposing code of honor which hardly allows them to pursue pleasure with recklessness. Despite some of the typical dramatic obstacles of a romantic feature: the unyielding wife who makes you root for the other woman (!); a daughter who is unforgiving because she is a bit untried in the realities of life; Street of Women provides an ample showcase for Francis to exude her gentility and warmth and gives you the opportunity to discover the attractively reedy-sounding Dinehart. And rather than the 'scoundrel' role he seems often to have been assigned, here Roland Young is allowed to play understanding matchmaker. Recommended escapism.

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