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The Constant Woman (1933)

Passed  -  Drama | Romance  -  13 March 1933 (USA)
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Conrad Nagel ...
Walt Underwood
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Lou
Tommy Conlon ...
Jimmie Underwood
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Marlene Underwood
Stanley Fields ...
Beef - Stagehand
Fred Kohler ...
Speakeasy Bouncer
Alexander Carr ...
J.J. Brock
Robert Ellis ...
Leading Man
Lionel Belmore ...
Character Man
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Speakeasy Floozie
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13 March 1933 (USA)  »

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Auction in Souls  »

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Riches from Poverty Row
12 April 2001 | by See all my reviews



In a trim and workmanlike 70 minutes, we get barnstorming theatricals, an unfaithful wife, a bastard child, a hotel fire, a circus fire, a speakeasy brawl, and crackling pre-Code dialogue, including this reminiscence from an ex-roustabout: "Why, when I was with the circus, if you had only one black eye they thought you was a pansy!" Victor Schertzinger achieves some resourceful directorial tricks, not always placing the camera where you expect and injecting some expressionistic touches. The cast is game, with Claire Windsor a particular delight as the rotten, selfish wife who gets bumped off in the second reel.

It's a Poverty Row epic -- from Tiffany Studios, to be precise -- but it has what they used to call moxie. And the quick pace and unflinching Depression milieu recall Warners-First National at its best.


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