Baby Face (1933) - (Movie Clip) Be A Master, Not A Slave!
Mentor and small-town Nietzschean philosopher Cragg (Alphonse Ethier) has advice for Lily (Barbara Stanwyck, title character), at loose ends after the accidental death of her very abusive father, in Baby Face, 1933.
Baby Face - (Original Trailer)
Barbara Stanwyck sleeps her way to the top in Baby Face (1933), one of the most scandalous of all pre-code movies.
Baby Face (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Talk This Thing Over
Brassy Lily (Barbara Stanwyck, title character) and her sidekick Chico (Theresa Harris) have just decided to ride boxcars to New York, having cone on hard times in their small city, but they meet a brakeman (James Murray), in Baby Face, 1933.
Baby Face (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Have You Had Any Experience?
Lily (Barbara Stanwyck, title character) has come straight from the boxcar on-which she rode-in to the employment office of a big city firm, where she meets the defenseless Pratt (Maynard Holmes), in the pre-Code shocker Baby Face, 1933.
Baby Face (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Maybe I Could Use Her
We know that Lily (Barbara Stanwyck) has been sleeping her way upward in the company but this is the first scene for John Wayne as Jimmy, and Douglas Dumbrille as his boss Brody, speedy progress, in Warner Bros.' Baby Face, 1933.
Baby Face (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Sweetheart Of The Night Shift
Her despicable father (Robert Barrat) clears the speakeasy so he can sell the favors of his daughter Lily (Barbara Stanwyck, title character) to an already smashed local politician (Arthur Hohl), but she objects, early in Warner Bros.' Baby Face 1933.