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Baby Face
Directed by:
Alfred E. Green

Released in the USA on July 01 of 1933, "Baby Face" is a Drama film directed by Alfred E. Green, and written by Gene Markey (screenplay) . Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent are starring, alongside Donald Cook, Alphonse Ethier, Henry Kolker and Margaret Lindsay.

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Who is the director of "Baby Face":

Baby Face was directed by Alfred E. Green, an American director, actor, and producer.

Before directing Baby Face, Alfred E. Green had directed Central Airport, released in 1933, Parachute Jumper (1933), Silver Dollar (1932), The Dark Horse (1932), The Rich Are Always with Us (1932), and Union Depot (1932). Since, he directed The Narrow Corner, released in 1933, Housewife (1934), A Lost Lady (1934), Gentlemen Are Born (1934), The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935), and Dangerous (1935).

What was the release date of "Baby Face":

Baby Face was first released in the United States on Saturday, July 01, 1933. Also released on this day was Fighting with Kit Carson (dir. Colbert Clark and Armand Schaefer). This was eighty-six (86) years ago.

It has been released on Sunday, December 03, 1933 in the United Kingdom and on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 in Canada.

What is the cast of "Baby Face":

At the casting of Baby Face we find Barbara Stanwyck, previously seen in Ladies They Talk About (1933) and The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933); George Brent (Private Detective 62 (1933), Lilly Turner (1933)); Donald Cook (The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933), Frisco Jenny (1932)) [ more... ]

  • Theresa Harris and George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, Arthur Hohl also appeared together in Private Detective 62, released in 1933.
  • Margaret Lindsay, Arthur Hohl and Robert Barrat also appeared together in Captured!, released in 1933.
  • Robert Barrat and Arthur Hohl, John Wayne have all also be seen in The Life of Jimmy Dolan, released in 1933.
  • George Brent, Margaret Lindsay and Theresa Harris also worked together in Jezebel, released in 1938.
  • Alphonse Ethier, Margaret Lindsay and Robert Barrat also worked together in Bordertown, released in 1935.
  • Robert Barrat and Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Kolker also worked together in Union Pacific, released in 1939.

What is the Storyline of "Baby Face":

Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) works for her father in a speakeasy during Prohibition in Erie, Pennsylvania. Her life has been miserable; since the age of 14, her father (Robert Barrat) has had her sleep with many of his customers. The only man she trusts, a cobbler who admires Friedrich Nietzsche, tells her that she should start afresh in a new city and use men to get what she wants.

When Lily's father is killed in a still explosion, she sheds no tears for him. She and her African American [...]

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