Ladies They Talk About1933
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 W. McGrath (screenplay), Sidney Sutherland (screenplay), Brown Holmes (screenplay), Carlton Miles (play) and Dorothy Mackaye (play) . Barbara Stanwyck and Preston Foster are starring, alongside Lyle Talbot, Dorothy Burgess, Lillian Roth and Maude Eburne.
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 [...]
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are the directors of "Ladies They Talk About"?
Howard Bretherton was an American director, and producer.
Howard Bretherton and Harold Huber have also collaborated in "The Match King", released in 1932 portraying Scarlatti.
William Keighley was an American director, and actor.
William Keighley has directed movies such as "Honeymoon", released in 1947, "Dr. Monica" (1934), "Each Dawn I Die" (1939), "George Washington Slept Here" (1942), "The Fighting 69th" (1940), and "Bullets or Ballots" (1936).
Howard Bretherton has also directed Harold Huber in "The Match King", released in 1932 in which Harold Huber plays Scarlatti.
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.Release date in the United States:
- Saturday, February 04, 1933