Housewife (1934)





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In this drama, a seductive business associate of a married man allows him to claim her brilliant idea for an ad-campaign in exchange for the resumption of their romance. The campaign is a great success and establishes the man's newly formed ad-agency. He is not unhappy to become her lover again. He is just about to throw his wife over for the other woman when he hears her makes some cruel remarks about his wife. This makes him realize that he still loves his spouse; it is then that he remembers that it was she who inspired him to try to make it on his own. He humbly returns to her.
Classics , Drama , Romance
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Warner Bros. Pictures


Bette Davis
as Patricia Berkeley
George Brent
as William Reynolds
Ann Dvorak
as Nan Reynolds
John Halliday
as Paul Duprey
Hobart Cavanaugh
as George Wilson
Robert H. Barrat
as Sam Blake
Ruth Donnelly
as Dora Wilson
Harry Tyler
as Plumber
Leila Bennett
as Jennie
John T. Murray
as Salesman
Leo White
as Waiter
Eula Guy
as Miss Finch
Phil Regan
as Hathaway, the Crooner
Lee Phelps
as Court Clerk
Jonathan Hale
as Doctor
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A pre-stardom Bette Davis struggles mightily as the "other woman" in this rather obvious divorce court drama from Warner Bros.

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