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Waterloo Bridge (1931) was a War - Drama Film directed by James Whale and produced by Carl Laemmle Jr..

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Waterloo Bridge (1931)

By Angela on Nov 5, 2010 From Hollywood Revue

When chorus girl Myra Deauville (Mae Clarke) finds herself out of work, she assumes she’ll be able to find herself a new show soon enough.? Two years later and still no work, she has no choice but to become a hooker to support herself.? She and her friend Kitty (Doris Lloyd) walk the streets t... Read full article

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Myra Deauville: Lovely night, huh?
Kitty: Lovely night for what? Air raids? Those fellows up there give me the willies.
Myra Deauville: Well, they're men, aren't they? I'd rather they throw bombs on me, than take no notice of me at all.
Kitty: I expect they do that just to please you, dearie.

Mrs. Mary Cronin Wetherby: You must come with us, Myra.
Major Fred Wetherby: Why, of course she must. You don't suppose I'm going to Camden without her. Motoring all day with my own family? Not likely.

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The original Broadway production of "Waterloo Bridge" by Robert E. Sherwood opened at the Fulton Theatre on January 6, 1930 and ran for 64 performances.
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