Approved | | Drama, Romance
A young woman, sexually exploited all her life, decides to turn the tables and exploit the hapless men at a big city bank - by gleefully sleeping her way to the top.
In the original 1933 sneak preview, Barbara Stanwyck's dialog in the opening sequence where she attacks her father for surrounding her with men since she was the age of 14 is intact, although it was actually cut from the release version.
Then you're coming to Deauville?
Lily Powers: Deauville's too crowded.
Lily Powers: How about Biarritz?
Lily Powers: Not crowded enough.
Courtland Trenholm: I'll tell you what, would you like to motor through the chateau country?
Lily Powers: And see all those lovely fourteenth century ceilings?
When Lily reads from Nietzsche's book, Thoughts Out Of Season, the page that's highlighted repeats the same paragraph above, and again below, the highlighted lines.
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