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The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936) was a Comedy - Mystery Film directed by Stephen Roberts .

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The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936, Stephen Roberts)

on Jun 29, 2012 From The Stop Button

With a better director, a competent editor and a slightly stronger screenplay, The Ex-Mrs. Bradford might be more than an amusing diversion. While William Powell and Jean Arthur are great together, the film underuses them in general and her in particular. There?s this great dinner scene where she?s ... Read full article

The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936)

By Kristen on May 3, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

A movie review, are you shocked? ?No…didn’t think so. ?Today’s film seems to be entrenched in the mode of “The Thin Man was a great success, what else do we have that’s like it?” ?The Ex-Mrs. Bradford is a cute movie but it plays the fact that it’s a direct ... Read full article

The Ex-Mrs. Bradford

By RBuccicone on Dec 7, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies

???? My favorite women are those beautiful stars who make me laugh. These actresses seemed to be?drawn to co-starring with the enduringly funny William Powell just as much as I am drawn to them. Myrna Loy made an endless number of features opposite Powell and Carole Lombard starred with and married ... Read full article

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Quotes from

Paula Bradford: [as Stokes opens the apartment door] Hello, Stokes.
Stokes, Bradford's Butler: [Dourly] Mr. Bradford is not in.
Paula Bradford: [Paula can see him] Oh, so I see.

Dr. Lawrence Bradford: Say, what is this... a frame-up?
Paula Bradford: Oh, well, you know, "Great minds..."
Dr. Lawrence Bradford: No, I don't know any great minds.

Dr. Lawrence Bradford: Don't tell him what happened.
Paula Bradford: I don't know what happened!
Dr. Lawrence Bradford: Neither do I.

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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onJune 19, 1939 with William Powell reprising his film role.
Paula refers to Brad as "Lochinvar back from the wars". 'Lochinvar' is the title of a romantic poem by Sir Walter Scott, first published in 1808.
The last movie directed by Stephen Roberts. He died shortly after the release of this film.
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