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I'm No Angel (1933) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Wesley Ruggles and produced by William LeBaron.

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By Dawn on Jan 16, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

I'm No Angel (1933). Cast: Mae West's third motion picture and Cary Grant. This was one of the few Mae West films that was not subjected to heavy censorship. I'm No Angel" was released immediately after, She Done Him Wrong. Mae West's films saved Paramount Pictures from bankruptcy. Depression era ... Read full article


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Tira: Am I making myself clear, boys?
[in low voice]
Tira: Suckers.


Big Bill Barton: Tira,I've changed my mind.
Tira: Does it work any better.


Rajah the Fortune Teller: I see a change of position.
Tira: Sitting or reclining?


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When Tira opens the chest to show her friend some jewelry, there are photos attached to the inside lid, of several men. One of the photos is if actor Barton Maclane.
When Rajah the Fortune Teller gives Tira (Mae West) her horoscope, he gives her birthday as August 17, which is West's actual birthday.
In 1935 and 1949, the production code was more rigorously enforced, and the film was not approved for re-release.
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