Special Agent - (Original Trailer)
Bette Davis is bookkeeper for the mob in Special Agent (1935) co-starring George Brent and Ricardo Cortez.
Special Agent (1935) - Ink On My Nose Again?
We know George Brent as Bill is really a federal revenue agent, but Bette Davis, as the notably good-natured Julie, top accountant for gangster Carston, buys his cover as a newspaper man, so their romantic sparring feels pretty natural, in the second of their twelve pictures together, Special Agent, 1935.
Special Agent (1935) - She's Dynamite
After an opening with a federal officer lecturing agents about busting gangsters for unpaid taxes, we meet one noted target, Ricardo Cortez as Carston, with his unexpected companion bookkeeper Julie (Bette Davis), with a nifty shot at the arcade, William Keighley directing, in Warner Bros. Special Agent, 1935.
Special Agent (1935) - I'm Just A Big Strong Girl
Paul Guilfoyle is a mole from the DAs office, granted admittance by increasingly uncomfortable bookkeeper and girl-Friday Julie (Bette Davis) to see her boss, gangster Carston (Ricardo Cortez), her friend Bill (George Brent, posing as a reporter, though we know hes really a cop) close behind, in Special Agent, 1935.