Dangerous (1935)

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An alcoholic actress who is considered a dangerous jinx is rehabilitated, but she then shows that she's as dangerous as ever.



  • Bette Davis and Bill Elliott in Dangerous (1935)
  • Bette Davis at an event for Dangerous (1935)
  • Bette Davis in Dangerous (1935)
  • Bette Davis and Franchot Tone in Dangerous (1935)
  • Bette Davis and Franchot Tone in Dangerous (1935)
  • Bette Davis and Franchot Tone in Dangerous (1935)

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16 October 2005 | KyleFurr2
| not bad
This movie was directed by Alfred Green and stars Bette Davis and Franchot Tone. This was Davis's first academy award and was probably given to her because she was passed over the previous year in Of Human Bondage. The movie starts out with Tone engaged to Margaret Lindsay and one night in a bar he sees Davis drinking alone. Tone remembers she once was a great actress but she had some bad luck and is now just a drunk and can't get hired. Tone tries to help her to quit drinking and they become friends. Davis falls in love with him and he loves her too and he wants to get married. Tone's willing to give up everything to be with her but it turns out she's married and her husband won't divorce her. It's a pretty good movie but Davis made some better movies then this one.

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