No Other Woman (1933)

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A steelworker and his aspiring wife make millions when they become partners in a dyeworks. Unfortunately, success does not bring happiness.

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  • Charles Bickford and Gwili Andre in No Other Woman (1933)
  • Charles Bickford and Irene Dunne in No Other Woman (1933)
  • Charles Bickford and Irene Dunne in No Other Woman (1933)
  • Charles Bickford and Gwili Andre in No Other Woman (1933)
  • Charles Bickford, Irene Dunne, and Gwili Andre in No Other Woman (1933)
  • Charles Bickford, Irene Dunne, and Gwili Andre in No Other Woman (1933)

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17 January 2002 | elpep49
8
| Ugly Courtroom scene...
is a highlight of this short-but-snappy soaper. Irene Dunne (great as usual) plays an ambitious woman who pushed husband (Charles Bickford) to partner with friend (Eric Linden) to create successful business. But Bickford has a yen for babes and links up with a conniving one (Gwili Andre) who pressures him to get a divorce. Film culminates in nasty divorce led by hateful lawyer (J. Carroll Naish). Somehow this all works even tho is pretty far-fetched. Chalk up another success for Irene Dunne.

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