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Singapore Woman

Singapore Woman(1941)

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The working titles of this film were Singapore and Jinx Woman. According to a Hollywood Reporter news item dated December 10, 1941, Warner Bros. contract player Jeffrey Lynn was suspended by the studio for refusing to accept a part in the film. A February 10, 1941 Hollywood Reporter news item stated that Howard Jackson was assigned to write the score, but his contribution to the completed film has not been confirmed. The film was a remake of the 1936 Warner Bros. film Dangerous, starring Bette Davis and directed by Alfred E. Green (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1931-40; F3: 0938). That film was written by Laird Doyle, who is given story credit for Singapore Woman by SAB.