Bad Girl (1931) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Frank Borzage .
The film was based on the novel of the same name and also Stage Play written by Vina Delmar published in 1928 (novel); Oct 2, 1930 (play).
Academy Awards 1931/32 --- Ceremony Number 5 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Director||Frank Borzage||Won|
|Best Writing||Edwin Burke||Won|
Tension (1949): Richard Basehart Caught Between The Good and The Bad GirlBy 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 30, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Barry Sullivan has an absolute field day as a homicide cop, Lt. Collier Bonnabel, with very calculated methods of getting to the root of every crime. Whether it comes by pushing, cajoling, romancing, tricking, flattering — he’ll do whatever is necessary. What matters to him is to keep st... Read full article
Bad Girl (1931)By John Grant on Mar 30, 2016 From Noirish
US / 90 minutes / bw / Fox Dir: Frank Borzage Scr: Edwin J. Burke Story: Bad Girl (1928) by Vi?a Delmar and Bad Girl (1930 play) by Vi?a Delmar and Brian Marlowe (i.e., Brian Marlow) Cine: Chester Lyons Cast: James Dunn, Sally Eilers, Minna Gombell, William Pawley, George Irving, Frank Darien, Louis... Read full article
Femme Noir: Bad Girls on Filmon Apr 15, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
Did you wish you had an encyclopedia filled with biographies of all the excellent femme fatales who made their mark during the film noir period? ?Look no further than Karen Burroughs Hannsberry’s fabulous two-volume series Femme Noir: Bad Girls on Film. ?This 643 page compendium, split into tw... Read full article
The Mae Clarke Film Festival: "The Good Bad Girl" and "The Final Edition"By David on Sep 3, 2012 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
"Don't tell anyone, but my real name is Mary Klotz." Of all the actresses who appeared in 1930s movies, Mae Clarke (1910-1992) was certainly one of them. She played a variety of roles, including rather wooden reporter, rather wooden gangster's moll, rather wooden movie star, rather wo... Read full article
“You’re just a beautiful bad girl!”on Jul 24, 2012 From True Classics
Letty Strong (Loretta Young) is a single mother, having given birth to her son, Mickey (Jackie Kelk), in the back room of a bookstore at the age of fifteen. She and her son were thereafter taken in by “Fuzzy” (Henry Travers), the owner of the store, who views the pair as his own. Letty h... Read full article
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Dorothy Haley: I gotta go upstairs now. You see, my mother's dead, and my brother's boss of the house. He gets sore when I stay out late. You know, he's careful for me. But as Edna says, you can't watch a girl hard enough to keep her good if she don't want to be.
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The man in front of the candy shop is played by Sally Eilers' brother Bud Eilers.
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