I'm No Angel Overview:

I'm No Angel (1933) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Wesley Ruggles and produced by William LeBaron.


One of two riotous pairings of Grant and West, with Mae scoring most of the points as a circus performer who spends most of her offstage time fleecing her would-be suitors. Slippery ladies' man Grant's a more difficult catch, and the spurned West throws the whole thing into a madcap courtroom scene. Plenty of opportunity for sly double entendres as West must confront her many dalliances.

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I'm No Angel (1933). Cast: Mae West's third motion picture and Cary Grant. This was one of the few Mae West films that was not subjected to heavy censorship. I'm No Angel" was released immediately after, She Done Him Wrong. Mae West's films saved Paramount Pictures from bankruptcy. Depression era ... Read full article

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Tira: By the way, honey, you married or single?
Ernest Brown: Married five times.
Tira: Five times? Wedding bells must sound like an alarm clock to you.

Jack Clayton: Oh I'm crazy about you.
Tira: I did my best to make you that way.
Jack Clayton: Look darling, you need a rest, and so do I. Let me take you away somewhere, we'll...
Tira: Would you call that a rest?
Jack Clayton: What are you thinking about?
Tira: Same thing you are.

Rajah the Fortune Teller: I see a man in your life.
Tira: What? Only one?

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When Tira opens the chest to show her friend some jewelry, there are photos attached to the inside lid, of several men. One of the photos is if actor Barton Maclane.
One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since.
Mae West's famous line in this film, "Beulah, peel me a grape," was inspired by West's pet monkey, Boogie. The monkey loved grapes, and one day West noticed that although he would eat grapes by the dozens, he would always peel the skin off each one before popping it into his mouth.
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