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Illicit (1931) — (Movie Clip) I Believe I Was His Inspiration

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    Wedding shower introducing friends including Joan Blondell as Duckie, and Charles Butterworth with another comic routine, and liberated New York socialite Anne (Barbara Stanwyck) assures betrothed Dick (James Rennie) that a telegram from her ex-lover is no biggie, early in Illicit, 1931.

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Illicit (1931) -- (Movie Clip) I Believe I Was His...
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