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Posted in Pre-Code Films Tags: 1933, Loretta Young, Lyle Talbot, pre-code, Regis Toomey, scandalous, She Had to Say Yes, Winnie Lightner
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Harlow, Crawford and Bennett!
Mae Clarke and James Cagney
Lana Turner in The Postman Always Rings Twice
Bette Davis: The baddest sister to ever don a dress.
Joan Crawford: one of pre-Code and film noir's most awesome divas!
Dangerous Dan Duryea
Norma Shearer: She was made for pre-Code.
The lovely Carole Lombard
Robert Montgomery: Pre-Code Essential.
Lilyan Tashman and Kay Francis: Two awesome dames.
Don't mess with Robert Mitchum.
Stanwyck: Indescribable. Undefinable.
Joan Blondell: Cute as lace pants.
There's nobody like Sterling Hayden.
Lovely Leila Hyams
Warren William: Smooth, suave, and sophisticated.
Marlene Dietrich: Always marvelous
Oozing with talent: Mae Clarke
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