Ladies of Leisure (1930)

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An upper-crust artist hires a 'party girl' as a model; romance follows.


  • Barbara Stanwyck and Ralph Graves in Ladies of Leisure (1930)
  • Barbara Stanwyck in Ladies of Leisure (1930)
  • Barbara Stanwyck, Ralph Graves, and Lowell Sherman in Ladies of Leisure (1930)
  • Barbara Stanwyck and Marie Prevost in Ladies of Leisure (1930)
  • Ladies of Leisure (1930)
  • George Fawcett, Ralph Graves, and Marie Prevost in Ladies of Leisure (1930)

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The play "Ladies of the Evening" by Milton Herbert Gropper opened at the Lyceum Theatre in New York on 23 December 1924 and closed in May 1925 after 159 performances. The opening night cast included Beth Merrill as "Kay," and James Kirkwood as "Jerry Strong." The play was produced by David Belasco


Dot Lamar: Oh, uh, and a cup of coffee.
Waiter: Large or small?
Dot Lamar: Do I look like a small cup of coffee?


Although the onscreen credits state "Adapted from A David Belasco-Milton Herbert Gropper stage play," only Gropper was the author of the play; Belasco produced it.


Plot Summary


Drama | Romance


Release Date:

5 April 1930



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