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"No Other Woman" has great montaages
- Joe Blow
Check the tabloid coverage of the divorce trial, going down the sewer drain, and the coming of the modern factories as in a dream.
Over my dead body!
The acting in this film is first-rate but the story itself is the pits! Irene Dunne as the long-suffering wife of the steel worker, wonderfully acted by Charles Bickford, drove me nuts. First, she swears she will never marry a steel worker and then ups and marries him. Then, witnessing his infidelity, she swears how much she loves him and always will. During their entire marriage, she is the martyr and sacrifices everything for him. Sorry, but women like that disgust me because they have no pride! She even takes up for him when he brings her into divorce court over another woman and he bribes witnesses to testify his wife slept with other men. What sort of woman does that, particularly when she has a child to protect?
For the first time tonight, I enjoyed watching "No Other Woman". Near the end of the movie, the chauffer "William' testified against the heroine, Irene Dunne. In the credits, "William" was identified to be "Brooks Benedict". However, I believe he was actually Walter Houston.