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There's Always a Woman (1938) was a Comedy - Mystery Film directed by Alexander Hall and produced by William Perlberg.

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William H. Strauss as "Rent Collector" is listed by a modern source as a cast member in this movie, but that role was played by William Burress.
As originally shot, the script contained a sizable role for Rita Hayworth. When, however, it was decided that this film was to be the first of a series, the studio eliminated Hayworth's role rather than have a third major character who, like Joan Blondell and Melvyn Douglas, would be committed to the series. In any event, Blondell withdrew from the planned series, and all but three seconds of Hayworth's role landed on the cutting-room floor. She speaks two words on-screen and 5 words on an intercom off-screen.
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