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The Women in His Life (1933) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by Lucien Hubbard.

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Kent Barringer: In a case like yours, an ounce of showmanship is worth a ton of evidence.


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Purnell Pratt is in studio records/casting call lists as "Governer", but the role was played by George Irving. Pratt was not seen in the film.
The opening scene features Otto Kruger playing a Pinball Machine. This is the earliest known on-screen appearance of a Pinball Machine in a major production. At the time, flippers had not yet been invented and pinball machines were often used for gambling. There was a lot of public debate at the time as to whether pinball was a game of skill or chance, and it was banned in many parts of the country. The movie played on that debate with Kruger making a bet with his lady-friend, and when complimented for his luck, replies "Not luck - skill."
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Also directed by George B. Seitz




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Also produced by Lucien Hubbard




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Also released in 1933




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