There's That Woman Again (1938)

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Bill Reardon, a private detective, is working on a case involving stolen items from a local jewelry store. The case takes a different turn when Bill's prying wife wants to help catch the crook.


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17 February 2018 | MartinHafer
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| It should be "There's A Woman Again"!
Get aload of crazy exercise equipment! wife working for accused that husband accused he thinks she's pregnant



This is the sequel to the fine Melyvn Douglas and Joan Blondell film "There's Always a Woman". However, Blondell is not in the sequel and her part is played by Virginia Bruce, so I really think the film should have been called "There's A Woman Again"...that THAT woman, certainly! I am not surprised they made a sequel, as the first film was tremendous fun....but I am curious why Blondell didn't reprise her role.

Like the previous film, as Bill (Douglas) investigates, his wife usually is working for the other side! It's quite enjoyable but not as funny or original as the first film. Worth seeing but clearly not up to snuff compared to the clever first movie.

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Release Date:

24 December 1938

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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