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Libeled Lady
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Printed Media Reviews
Bell, Nelson B.. "'Libeled Lady' Boasting Five Filmland Notables, Proves to Be Invigorating Bit of Farcical Nonsense". In: "The Washington Post" (Washington DC, USA), 3 November 1936, (NP)
Nugent, Frank S.. "Screen Sardonic Comedy Is 'Libeled Lady,' at the Capitol". In: "The New York Times", 31 October 1936, Pg. 24, (NP)

Other information
"Lustige Sünder". In: "Illustrierter Film-Kurier" (Vienna, Austria), Filmpropaganda Ges.m.b.H., Iss. 1702, 1937, Pg. 8

Production Process Protocol
Schallert, Edwin. ""Libeled Lady" Considered Ideal Film Subject for Powell, Rosalind Russell". In: "Los Angeles Times" (Los Angeles, CA, USA), 2 June 1936, (NP)

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