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Lilly Turner (1933) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by William A. Wellman and produced by Hal B. Wallis.

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The William Wellman Blogathon: Lilly Turner (1933)

By shadowsandsatin on Sep 10, 2015 From Shadows and Satin

Lilly Turner (1933) is one of those First National Pictures where the opening credits show each of the main characters in the film ? you know what I?m talking about?? I always enjoy seeing these credits ? there?s something about them that makes me feel like I?m about to experience something. And in ... Read full article

Lilly Turner (1933)

By Judy on Apr 6, 2010 From Movie Classics

Continuing my efforts to watch as many William Wellman pre-Codes as possible, I’ve now seen Lilly Turner a couple of times. This movie sadly isn’t available on DVD as yet – I believe it sometimes turns up on TCM in the US, though, and is well worth looking out for. It strikes me th... Read full article

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Warner Bros. tried to re-release the movie in 1936, but the Production Code office refused to award an approval certificate.
The original Brpadway production opened at the Morasco Theater in New York on 19 September 1932 and ran for 24 performances.
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Also directed by William A. Wellman

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Also produced by Hal B. Wallis

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Also released in 1933

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