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No Other Woman (1933)

Passed  -  Drama  -  6 January 1933 (USA)
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A steelworker and his aspiring wife make millions when they become partners in a dyeworks. Unfortunately, success does not bring happiness.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Anna Stanley
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Jim Stanley
Gwili Andre ...
Margot
Eric Linden ...
Joe
Christian Rub ...
Eli Bogavitch
Leila Bennett ...
Susie
J. Carrol Naish ...
Bonelli
Buster Miles ...
Bobbie Stanley
Hilda Vaughn ...
Governess
Joseph E. Bernard ...
Butler
Frederick Burton ...
Anderson
Theodore von Eltz ...
Sutherland (as Theodore Von Eltz)
Edwin Stanley ...
Judge
Brooks Benedict ...
Chauffeur
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A steelworker and his aspiring wife make millions when they become partners in a dyeworks. Unfortunately, success does not bring happiness.

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6 January 1933 (USA)  »

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The Public Be Damned  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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1.37 : 1
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Betty Furness and Charles Middleton are listed as cast members in a Film Daily news item, but they were not seen in the movie. See more »

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Could'a Been a Great One, But......
17 June 2002 | by (Chicago IL) – See all my reviews

I saw(?) this flick once before on the tube, but the reception on the station was so bad, I had to wait for it to come on again. It was a good wait, but it came around again. Irene Dunne and Charles Bickford were probably the only ones around who could'a pulled this one off. Bickford works at the mill, marries Dunne, works hard for the money, but somehow is just not satisfied with life. He's a lucky stiff though, as Irene Dunne-- as was wont of wives in those days--stuck with him through the thick and the thin of it. What is more incredulous is the rags to riches to rags aspect of this film. Bickford finances a new type of dye developed by the young upstart living in the family boarding house, and becomes a millionaire in the process. Yeah...right !! Still more incredulous--if not audacious--is the court scene where a very nasty divorce takes place, replete with witnesses who have been 'greased' to render perjured testimony...the whole nine yards. Bickford flies too close to the Sun with wings made of wax and...you can fairly well imagine the rest. It could'a worked, if the story had been a bit more developed, and if the film had been somewhat longer. This was essentially a character study which failed to study its characters with any depth.


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