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Front Page Woman (1935) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Michael Curtiz .

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Bette Davis, Girl Reporter! FRONT PAGE WOMAN (1935) from Warner Archive

By Will McKinley on Jul 29, 2013 From Cinematically Insane

Bette Davis might hate me for saying this, but I love her early films. Movies like THREE ON A MATCH (1932), THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1935), and even the misguided SATAN MET A LADY (1936) are all eminently watchable, even if they lack the prestige of the later, more challenging assignments the actress f... Read full article

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[Devlin demands to see a possible witness]
Desk Clerk: She died seven months ago.
Curt Devlin: Ah, the perfect alibi.
Toots O'Grady: We don't want to see her then.

Ellen Garfield: You make me so mad I could... well, I could spit!

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In the promotional trailer, Bette Davis and George Brent talk about a proposed radio broadcast dealing with their latest picture, _Front Page Woman_.
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