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The Cabin in the Cotton (1932) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner and Darryl F. Zanuck.


Davis plays a vamp who toys with the feelings of a poor sharecropper's son played by Barthelmess. He works in the store owned by her father, where he finds that his employer has been systematically ripping off local farmers.

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The Cabin in the Cotton (1932)

By Judy on Sep 3, 2008 From Movie Classics

I’d been wanting to see a movie starring Richard Barthelmess since reading about his work in Mick LaSalle’s book Dangerous Men. Since this film also stars a young Bette Davis and is directed by Michael Curtiz, it sounded like an unbeatable combination. I wasn’t disappointed. This W... Read full article

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Bette Davis said in an interview with Barbara Walters that "I'd like to kiss you but I just washed my hair" was her all-time favorite movie line.
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Also directed by Michael Curtiz

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