Millie (1931)

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Millie's life begins to crumble when she finds out her husband is having an affair.


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  • Joan Blondell, Lilyan Tashman, and Helen Twelvetrees in Millie (1931)
  • Joan Blondell, Robert Ames, Lilyan Tashman, and Helen Twelvetrees in Millie (1931)

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23 February 2002 | Jim Tritten
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| Shocking for its time!
Pretty racy when it was released but rather tame by today's standards. Uneven production with some very good moments but more that will catch your mind wandering. If you are interested in pre-code movies, this one should be seen. Story involves a mother who gives up child and falls from grace only to be redeemed at the end. It is also a movie about a strong woman who exercised choice and refuses to live the kind of life that destined for most young women who were married at the time. Not a great film and probably only worth your time if looking for historical examples or as a classroom project.

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