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Dangerous Corner (1934) was a Mystery Film directed by Phil Rosen and produced by B.P. Fineman.

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Mrs. Freda Chatfield: I wish I knew what to do.
Robert Chatfield: About what?
Mrs. Freda Chatfield: You'd hardly understand, Robert, but I am now facing a most urgent problem; the sort of problem that only women have to face. If a man has been dragged back to your house to be told he's a liar, a cad, and a possible thief, oughtn't you to make a few sandwiches for him?


Charles Stanton: You're not going to throw me out of the house. I'll go out in the ordinary way, thank you.


Ann Beale: If Charles goes, the firm will suffer.
Robert Chatfield: Don't worry, the firm's smashed to bits now!


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The lead character from the play, Olwin Peel, was renamed Ann Beale for this film adaptation.
The original Broadway production of "Dangerous Corner" by J.B. Priestley opened at the Empire Theatre on October 27, 1932 and ran for 206 performances. The cast included Colin Keith-Johnston, Stanley Ridges (Charles Stanton), Jean Dixon (Freda Chatfield) and Barbara Robbins (Betty Whitehouse).
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Also directed by Phil Rosen




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Also released in 1934




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