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Slander House (1938)

Owner of salon catering to fat society dames must deal with a dull fiance, a romantic stranger, the jealous blond who loves him, and the lecherous husband of a client.

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Helen 'Mme. Helene' Smith (as Adrianne Ames)
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Ruth De Milo
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William Newell ...
Terry Kent
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Mrs. Conway
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Mme. Renault
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Mrs. Willis
Bonita Weber ...
Mrs. Richards
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Hilda
Mary Field ...
Bessie, an attendant
Louise Squire ...
Olga
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Madame Helene Smith operates a swanky salon for renovations of women's faces and bodies, with her partner Mazie Mason who grew up with Helene on New York's not-so-swank Tenth Avenue. Mazie is in love with newspaper columnist Terry Kent, who frequents the place for juicy items as the salon is a gathering place for the town's rich and near-rich ladies. Terry calls it a "scandal house" and, if he had known the title would be changed to "Slander House" before release, would have deemed it as such. Upper-crust Doctor Herbert Stallings, with mandatory pencil mustache, is in love with Helene, who isn't all that taken with him. Enter Ruth DeMilo, statuesque showgirl and gold-digger de luxe, quickly followed by Pat Fenton, dashing young man-about-town, who sees and quickly falls in love with Helene, despite the fact she uses Madame as a title. He takes her to a cabaret where she is insulted by Fenton's attorney, George Horton, who tells her that Fenton, the cad, has hired him to check her ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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4 October 1938 (USA)  »

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This film's earliest documented telecast occurred Monday 2 July 1945 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). See more »

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