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Street of Women (1932)

 -  Drama | Romance  -  4 June 1932 (USA)
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Natalie 'Nat' Upton
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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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Proto chick flick programmer appeals.
4 January 2003 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Back in the early thirties, when Warners rolled out a couple of these schedule fillers a week, Kay Francis was briefly the star you played in theaters in nice neighborhood where cowboys and gangsters were thought to be too working class. This is not the best of the vehicles she adorned elegantly but it's become an attractive period piece.

Kay is the "indecently successful" business woman, making life bearable for unhappily (of course) married Alan Dinehart, on the BACK STREET model. "We've had our happiness. Now we have to pay for it."

Dinehart's company is building the sky scraper, visible in the process view through round windows characteristic of designer Grot, in her high fashion apartment. They want us to believe that these structures are all inspired by the women in their proprietors' lives - hence the title.

The idea of architecture as an expression of the personalities of its creators was still hanging round Warners when they made THE FOUNTAINHEAD and the two films make an interesting comparison.

Production is good and it's always nice to see Roland Young even in a straight part.


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