No More Ladies (1935) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by George Cukor and Edward H. Griffith and produced by Irving Thalberg and Edward H. Griffith.
No More Ladies (1935)By Franchot Tone Fan on Aug 20, 2015 From Finding Franchot: Exploring the Life and Career of Franchot Tone
The 1935 romantic drama No More Ladies focuses on a smitten girl with a common problem: she sets out to reform a philandering bad boy even though he has no desire to change. A firm believer in true, faithful love, Marcia (Joan Crawford) is pursued by notorious ladies' man Sherry Warren (Robert Montg... Read full article
No More LadiesBy RBuccicone on Nov 12, 2010 From MacGuffin Movies
No More Ladies (1935) ????? No More Ladies?is the first in what has become an inadvertent?sequence of movies viewed over the past day that depict various aspects of the strains on married life. For our first, the trauma is infidelity. Look for the next two over the weekend: The Palm Beach Story and ... Read full article
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Marcia Townsend Warren: Who is she, Sherry?
Sheridan 'Sherry': Therese? A graduate of the old speakeasies - ordinary, I suppose you'd call her.
Marcia Townsend Warren: I'm afraid if I ever started, I'd call her more than *that*.
Marcia Townsend Warren: Alas, good sir, he's made no proposals to me, improper or otherwise.
Edgar Holden: [to Sherry] You. What's the matter with you, you slipping?
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Rachel Crothers, who adapted the play for the screen, complained bitterly in an article about her work being butchered by producers and directors. M-G-M removed her credit from the film at her request.
Eddie Hart (Taxi Driver), Sherry Hall (Captain), Walter Walker and Fred Kohler Jr. are listed in studio records and/or casting call lists for parts in this movie, but were not seen in the print.
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