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Ex-Lady

1933, Comedy/Drama, 1h 5m

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Feeling social pressure to make their union legal, happily unmarried couple Helen (Bette Davis), a successful illustrator, and Don (Gene Raymond), an ad man, wed. After their honeymoon, Don's business flounders and the lovers begin quarreling, each finding solace in the arms of another. While Don turns to the married Peggy (Kay Strozzi), Helen begins dating ladies' man Nick (Monroe Owsley). When Helen suggests she and Don live apart, the couple must decide whether to call the marriage quits.

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  • Aug 14, 2013
    Bette had little regard for this early film, her first certified starring vehicle and she's right. Being a pre-code it's racier than pictures even two years later would be but other than that it's an ordinary, insipid drama. Raymond is terrible in the male lead. A scene from this was used in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? to show how untalented the adult Jane was and it was a solid choice since this is not one of Davis' better performances.
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