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A Woman Commands (1932) was a Drama Film directed by Horace Jackson and Val Paul and produced by Harry Joe Brown and Charles R. Rogers.

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According to Pola Negri's autobiography, Laurence Olivier was originally cast as Capt. Alex Pastitsch, but had to drop out when he came down with a case of jaundice. He was replaced by Basil Rathbone.
Cinematographer Arthur C. Miller shot additional footage after Hal Mohr left the picture.
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Also directed by Paul L. Stein

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Also released in 1932

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