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Ladies They Talk About
Directed by:
Howard Bretherton and William Keighley

Released in the USA on February 04 of 1933, "Ladies They Talk About" (also known as "Recluse") is a Drama film directed by Howard Bretherton & William Keighley, and written by Brown Holmes (screenplay) . Barbara Stanwyck and Lyle Talbot are starring, alongside Dorothy Burgess, Lillian Roth, Maude Eburne and Ruth Donnelly.

Who is the director of "Ladies They Talk About":

Ladies They Talk About was directed by Howard Bretherton and William Keighley.

Howard Bretherton was an American director, and producer. Before Ladies They Talk About, he had directed The Match King, released in 1932, Second Choice (1930), The Time, the Place and the Girl (1929), Caught in the Fog (1928). Since, Howard Bretherton directed Hop-Along Cassidy, released in 1935, Secret Valley (1937), Star Reporter (1939), Undercover Agent (1939), Boys' Reformatory (1939), and Irish Luck (1939).

William Keighley was an American director, and actor. Before making Ladies They Talk About, he had directed The Match King, released in 1932. Since, William Keighley directed Dr. Monica, released in 1934, 'G' Men (1935), Special Agent (1935), Bullets or Ballots (1936), The Green Pastures (1936), and The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938).

What was the release date of "Ladies They Talk About":

Ladies They Talk About was initially released on Saturday, February 04, 1933, in the United States.. This was eighty-four (84) years ago.

What is the cast of "Ladies They Talk About":

At the casting of Ladies They Talk About we find Barbara Stanwyck, previously seen in The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933) and The Purchase Price (1932); Lyle Talbot (Parachute Jumper (1933), 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)); Dorothy Burgess (The Stoker (1932), Play-Girl (1932)) [ more... ]

  • Ruth Donnelly and Barbara Stanwyck, Maude Eburne also appeared in You Belong to Me, released in 1941.
  • Lyle Talbot and Barbara Stanwyck can be seen in The Purchase Price, released in 1932.

What is the Storyline of "Ladies They Talk About":

Nan Taylor (Stanwyck) is accused of helping her friends rob a bank. Reform-minded David Slade (Foster) falls in love with her and gets her released. However, when she confesses that she is guilty, he has her imprisoned. Inside, she meets fellow inmates Linda (Roth), "Sister Susie" (Dorothy Burgess) and Aunt Maggie (Maude Eburne), and prison matron Noonan (Ruth Donnelly). Unlike most films of the women in prison genre, her fellow inmates are criminals, rather than innocents in prison by mistake. Taylor gets [...]

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