No More Ladies (1935) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by George Cukor and Edward H. Griffith and produced by Irving Thalberg and Edward H. Griffith.
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The 1935 romantic drama No More Ladies focuses on a smitten girl with a common problem: she sets out to reform a philandering bad boy even though he has no desire to change. A firm believer in true, faithful love, Marcia (Joan Crawford) is pursued by notorious ladies' man Sherry Warren (Robert Montg... Read full article
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Mrs. Fanny 'Grandma' Townsend: Maybe it's because they know you.
Marcia Townsend Warren: Who is she, Sherry?
Sheridan 'Sherry': Therese? A graduate of the old speakeasies - ordinary, I suppose you'd call her.
Marcia Townsend Warren: I'm afraid if I ever started, I'd call her more than *that*.
Sheridan 'Sherry': I'm sorry, I thought you liked having me around more or less.
Marcia Townsend Warren: I do. More or less, either one or the other. There, now you've got it.
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Rachel Crothers, who adapted the play for the screen, complained bitterly in an article about her work being butchered by producers and directors. M-G-M removed her credit from the film at her request.
George Cukor took over as director when Edward H. Griffith fell ill, but refused an onscreen co-director credit.
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