That Certain Woman (1937) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Edmund Goulding and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner and Robert Lord.
That Certain Woman(1937).By Dawn on Mar 26, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
That Certain Woman(1937). Drama film written and directed by Edmund Goulding. It is a remake of Goulding's 1929 film The Tresspasser, Gloria Swanson's first sound film. Cast: Bette Davis, Henry Fonda and Anita Louise. Young widow of gangster Al Haines, Mary Donnell.. is now working under an assumed... Read full article
That Certain WomanBy RBuccicone on Jun 22, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies
That Certain Woman (1937) That Certain Woman is anything but a standard romance story or even a typical romance that must fight against scandal. Unfortunately, the sheer complexity of this Bette Davis-Henry Fonda story really drags the movie down as it becomes increasingly heavy with plot eleme... Read full article
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Amy: [Referring to little Jackie] What about when nighttime comes, and he starts wanting you? He always does.
Mary Donnell: That's your job, Amy. You'll do it for me. Just make him believe that I... well, I... I never was. I've always been very bad luck to men.
Mary Donnell: I'm going to sell youan idea. Lay off! You'll wake up one day and find your hat floating in the lake. Who do you think will be under the hat?
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