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Street of Women(1932)

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  • stay off (this) street...

    • Colin
    • 4/10/17

    This pre-code flick found beautiful fashion house owner Kay Francis (Natalie Upton) balancing the books while trying to manage to help her younger brother Clarke (Allen Vincent),his young girlfriend Doris Baldwin (Gloria Stuart) ,Doris's mother Lois(Marjorie Gateson), & Doris's father architect Larry (Allan Dinehart)-with whom she is involved in.Her wealthy friend Link (Roland Young) also provided some comic relief to this silly soap opera,along with her maid (Louis Beavers).Later viewers may find this all too boring,& not recognize the pretty Gloria Stuart,who as an old lady finally made it better some 7 decades later on the doomed Titanic.Perhaps a few fists thrown between Natalie & Lois in the dress salon would have livened thing up,but the flick made money any way.Truly a creature of it's time,sorry Kay!/

  • So Watchable

    • Kay
    • 4/1/17

    I so enjoyed this movie. Kay Francis is gorgeous as always. Roland Young is adorable. And Louise Beavers can't be beat. Found myself wishing the leading man was a bit more dashing. Fun movie that I will watch when it's aired again.

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