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Satan Met a Lady (1936) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by William Dieterle and produced by Henry Blanke.

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Satan Met a Lady (1936)

on Nov 9, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film

One of author Dashiell Hammett’s finest works, The Maltese Falcon has received the adaptation treatment three separate time, most famously in 1941 with Humphrey Bogart. But before John Huston directed that masterpiece of noir, there’d already been two previous passes on the material: a 1... Read full article


Satan Met a Lady, Happy Anniversary! Premiered on July 22, 1936

By C. S. Williams on Jul 22, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

This?was the?day that Satan Met a Lady, July 22, 1936. Ah, but the reviews were not so keen. The Modern Screen gave the film a one-star out of a possible five, which was a poor rating;[1] going further the magazine said that this was Warner?s prize lemon for Bette Davis. One exhibitor?s trade magazi... Read full article


Satan Met a Lady, Happy Anniversary! Premiered on July 22, 1936

By C. S. Williams on Jul 22, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

This?was the?day that Satan Met a Lady, July 22, 1936. Ah, but the reviews were not so keen. The Modern Screen gave the film a one-star out of a possible five, which was a poor rating;[1] going further the magazine said that this was Warner?s prize lemon for Bette Davis. One exhibitor?s trade magazi... Read full article


Satan Met a Lady, Happy Anniversary! Premiered on July 22, 1936

By C. S. Williams on Jul 22, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

This?was the?day that Satan Met a Lady, July 22, 1936. Ah, but the reviews were not so keen. The Modern Screen gave the film a one-star out of a possible five, which was a poor rating;[1] going further the magazine said that this was Warner?s prize lemon for Bette Davis. One exhibitor?s trade magazi... Read full article


Satan Met a Lady (1936)

By Beatrice on Sep 4, 2013 From Flickers in Time

Satan Met a Lady Directed by William Dieterle Written by Brown Holmes based on a novel by Dashiell Hammett 1936/USA Warner Bros. First viewing This is an adaptation of?The Maltese Falcon?with all the character names changed and the quarry changed to a medieval ram’s horn stuffed with jewels.... Read full article


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Valerie Purvis: I remember you. You're the other man.
Ted Shayne: That's me, sister. I've often been named as the other man.


Ted Shayne: Telling you anything would be like contributing to the delinquency of a minor.


Valerie Purvis: Do you mind very much, Mr. Shane, taking off your hat in the presence of a lady with a gun?


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The second of three film adaptations of Dashiell Hammett's "The Maltese Falcon," this film has notable connections to both other versions. First, this film's screenwriter, Brown Holmes, was also credited as a screenwriter on the 1931 version, directed by Roy Del Ruth. Second, this film's cinematographer, Arthur Edeson, was also the director of photography for John Huston's version in 1941. Third, Warren William, who plays the Sam Spade character (Ted Shane) in this film, also played Perry Mason in a series of films beginning in 1934, but was replaced in 1936 by Ricardo Cortez - who had played Sam Spade in the 1931 "Maltese Falcon". Finally, Bette Davis filled in for Raymond Burr when he had to have surgery in "The Case of the Constant Doyle".
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