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Call Her Savage (1932) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by John Francis Dillon and produced by Sam E. Rork.

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Pre-Code Blogathon: Call Her Savage

By FlickChick on Apr 2, 2015 From A Person in the Dark

This is my entry in the Pre-Code Blogathon, hosted by Pre-Code.Com and Shadows and Satin. Check both sites for more audacious entries! I used to get a real kick out of this film. It is loaded with pre-code antics up the yin-yang. But now, I can't help but view with a little sadness, too. D... Read full article

"Call Her Savage," or Texas Hold 'Em

By David on Jan 7, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

The personal, private, top, top super-secret diary of Nasa Springer No boys allowed! (tee-hee) June 12, 1932 Dear Diary: Just got back from riding my horses across our vast Texas estate. We stopped for a water break at Dallas and then got as far as Amarillo before we turned back. Oh, and I sa... Read full article

Call Her Savage (1932)

By Angela on Nov 16, 2013 From Hollywood Revue

Like so many young women, Nasa (Clara Bow) loves to rebel against her father Pete Springer (Willard Robertson).? Or at least the he’s man she believes is her father.? Nasa’s real father is a Native American her mother Ruth (Estelle Taylor) was having an affair with until he was forced to... Read full article

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Pete Springer: [having seen Nasa and Moonglow] Why were you whipping him?
Nasa Springer: I was practicing in case I ever get married.

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Facts about

According to the documentary The Celluloid Closet (based on Vito Russo's book of the same name), this was the first Hollywood movie to depict a gay bar.
Prints are rare. A fully restored print does exist, however, and is stored at the Museum of Modern Art.
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