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Havana Widows (1933) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Ray Enright .

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Havana Widows (1933) (2)

By Angela on Nov 14, 2013 From Hollywood Revue

After losing their jobs dancing in a chorus, Mae (Joan Blondell) and Sadie (Glenda Farrell) take some advice from one of their friends and head to Havana to meet rich men and snare them in breach of promise lawsuits.? But first they need money to get to Havana.? Mae decides to hit up Herman Brody (A... Read full article


Havana Widows (1933) (1)

By Lindsey on Mar 22, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

Havana Widows (1933): 3/5 Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell star as spunky stage buddies Mae Knight and Sadie Appleby in this pre-code comedy. Down on their luck financially, the girls fake an illness in Mae’s family to con money out of male friend. The catch is, there is no illness to be found... Read full article


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Sadie Appleby: You're not so low you have to let em throw pennies at ya!
Mae Knight: Throw em? In Passaic, they use slinghots.


Showgirl Rejected by Gladys: If you're waiting for Gladys to stake you to a trip to Havana, save your breath. She wouldn't give you a nickel to go out and see the Statue of Liberty do a nip-up.
Mae Knight: Well, I guess we better go home. I feel like a horse's neck.
Sadie Appleby: Yeah-I feel like the rest of the animal.


Showgirl: Violet got a Marine's name tattooed on her arm last night.
Sadie Appleby: By this time that arm must read like a regimental roll call.


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