White Woman (1933)

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A nightclub singer marries the rich owner of a rubber plantation. When she returns with him to his estate in Malaysia, she finds out that he is cruel, vicious and insanely jealous. She and ... See full summary »


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  • Carole Lombard and Charles Bickford in White Woman (1933)
  • Charles Laughton and Carole Lombard in White Woman (1933)
  • Carole Lombard and Kent Taylor in White Woman (1933)
  • Charles Laughton, Carole Lombard, Charles Bickford, and Kent Taylor in White Woman (1933)
  • Charles Laughton and Carole Lombard in White Woman (1933)
  • Charles Laughton, Carole Lombard, and Kent Taylor in White Woman (1933)

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19 May 2003 | shark-43
WOW!
They don't make them like this anymore. A lurid jungle picture with a fallen woman (the gorgeous LOMBARD)forced to sing in an interracial cafe after her husband commits suicide. No one in the African jungle British community wants anything to do with her. The British are there tearing up the jungle for the rubber plants and building huge rubber plantations. Rumor is her husband killed himself over her cheating ways. She's miserable and salvation comes along in the guise of Charles Laughton playing Horace Prin, the "King Of The River" - he's the richest rubber plantation owner in the jungle and he likes what he sees in Lombard. They marry, she's now rich but she's nothing more than one thing he owns and she begins to realize that he is obsessively jealous and insane and cruel. Laughton is amazing. A brilliant actor (from Witness For The Prosecution, Advise & Consent, Mutiny On The Bounty) who is capable of hamming it up for the sake of ham (Island Of Lost Souls, un-released Caligula)this is the hammiest performance I've ever seen but it is also so entertaining. He has a field day destroying any worker who dares to look at his new bride. What a hoot!!!

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