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The Woman in Red (1935)

Approved  |   |  Drama  |  16 February 1935 (USA)
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Shelby Barrett (Barbara Stanwyck) rides show horses for wealthy widow "Nicko" Nicholas (Genevieve Tobin)and meets Johnny Wyatt (Gene Raymond), scion of a once-wealthy Long Island Family, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Gene Raymond ...
John 'Johnny' Wyatt
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Mrs. 'Nicko' Nicholas
John Eldredge ...
Eugene 'Gene' Fairchild
Phillip Reed ...
Dan McCall
Dorothy Tree ...
Mrs. Olga Goodyear
Russell Hicks ...
Defense Attorney Clayton
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Aunt Bettina
Claude Gillingwater ...
Grandpa Wyatt
Doris Lloyd ...
Mrs. Casserly
Hale Hamilton ...
Wyatt Furness
Edward Van Sloan ...
Prosecuting Attorney Foxall (as Ed Van Sloan)
Forrester Harvey ...
Mooney
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Stuart Wyatt (as Gordon Elliott)
Frederick Vogeding ...
Nels Erickson (as Fred Vogeding)
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Shelby Barrett (Barbara Stanwyck) rides show horses for wealthy widow "Nicko" Nicholas (Genevieve Tobin)and meets Johnny Wyatt (Gene Raymond), scion of a once-wealthy Long Island Family, but who now goes about the country riding polo ponies for "Nicko." Despite the efforts of "Nicko" and wealthy Gene Fairchild (John Eldredge), who is in love with Shelby, Johnny and Shelby are married. Shelby is treated frigidly by her snobby-but-broke in-laws, who frown even more when she and Johnny start handling the horses for wealthy neighbors on money Shelby had borrowed from Fairchild without telling her proud-but-broke husband. Matters aren't helped any when "Nicko" shows up and starts a gossip circuit directed against Shelby. When Johnny is away, Fairchild asks Shelby to help him entertain a wealthy client aboard his yacht. She tries to contact Johnny and fails but accepts the invitation. The customer shows up drunk with a likewise female companion, who manages to fall overboard and drown but ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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16 February 1935 (USA)  »

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A Mulher de Vermelho  »

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Shelby Barret Wyatt: Nicko, I'm going to talk mighty fast and blunt
Mrs. 'Nicko' Nicholas: What are you talking about?
Shelby Barret Wyatt: You wanted Johnny, I got him. Knowing your high standards of sportsmanship, is no surprise to me that you are a bad loser. You'd like Johnny's family to believe a lot of dirty gossip about me and Gene Fairchild. I'm warning you to shut up and take your loss like the lady you're not.
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So Close to the Forest
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Music by Larry Spier
Possibly played instrumentally throughout the film
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24 May 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Woman in Red, The (1935)

** (out of 4)

A horse jokey (Barbara Stanwyck) and a polo player (Gene Raymond) both make their living off of a rich woman (Genevieve Tobin) but when Stanwyck and Raymond elope it doesn't sit too well with Tobin. Soon Tobin shows up to try and steal the man since the new couple are quickly going broke. This is yet another quickie from Warner that lasts only 66-minutes but it feels much longer due to the screenplay being routine and the performances less than good. The love triangle has been done countless times but so has the going broke and looking for the rich woman routine. This film is unoriginal from start to finish and that's what eventually kills the film. Stanwyck sleepwalks through here role, which isn't the norm for her. Raymond gets credit for being one of the worst leading man I've seen from this period as he turns in a super dull performance. Tobin adds a little life to the film but she can't do much with the way her role is written. Edward Van Sloan has a brief cameo and is listed as "Ed" in the credits.


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