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The Woman in Red (1935) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert Florey .

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By Lara on May 19, 2014 From Backlots

As regular readers of this blog know, the level of devotion I possess for?Barbara Stanwyck is?very high. I consider her to be one of the greatest, most versatile actresses ever on the screen, and will take any and every opportunity to watch one of her movies and, according to a recent calculation, I... Read full article

The Woman in Red (1935)

By Lindsey on Jan 13, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

Rising polo star Shelby Barret (Barbara Stanwyck) is employed to ride show horses by Nicko (Genevieve Tobin), a very rich widow. Also employed by Nicko is a handsome man from what was once a very wealthy family, Johnny Wyatt (Gene Raymond). Nicko and Gene Fairchild (John Eldredge) try to stop Shelby... Read full article

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Uncle Emlen Wyatt: Johnny never takes anything seriously, running about the country, getting married here, there, and the other place.
John 'Johnny' Wyatt: Oh, come now, I only got married once.

Shelby Barret Wyatt: Well, this *is* a surprise! That's a pretty old line, but it seems to fit.

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