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).By Dawn on Jan 16, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
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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Rajah the Fortune Teller: Keep this where you may consult it frequently.
Tira: Alright, I'll take it to bed with me.
Big Bill Barton: Tira,I've changed my mind.
Tira: Does it work any better.
Tira: Always remember, honey. A good motto is: "Take all you can get and give as little as possible". Don't forget, honey. Never let one man worry your mind. Find 'em, fool 'em and forget 'em!
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Considerable problems arose with the censors, mostly about the suggestive lines in some of the songs. The song "Nobody Loves Me Like a Dallas Man" was originally "Nobody Does It Like a Dallas Man". After the songs were toned down, the Hays office approved the film, and it was passed by the National Board of Review.
When Rajah the Fortune Teller gives Tira (Mae West) her horoscope, he gives her birthday as August 17, which is West's actual birthday.
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