Front Page Woman1935
Directed by Michael Curtiz, and written by Lillie Hayward, Richard Macaulay (novel "Women Are Bum Newspapermen"), Roy Chanslor and Laird Doyle (also dialogue), "Front Page Woman" (also known as "Frau auf Seite 1, Die") is a Drama/Romance film, released in the USA on July 11 of 1935 . Bette Davis and George Brent are starring, alongside Roscoe Karns, Wini Shaw, Walter Walker and J. Carrol Naish.
Ellen Garfield refuses to marry fellow reporter Curt Devlin until he admits she is as good at her craft as any man. The two work for rival newspapers, and their ongoing efforts to better each other eventually leads to Ellen getting fired when Curt tricks her into misreporting the verdict of a murder trial. The tables are turned when she scoops him by getting the real perpetrator, Inez Cordoza, to confess to the crime. Forced to admit Ellen is a good reporter, he finally wins her hand.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the director of "Front Page Woman"?
Michael Curtiz has directed movies such as "King Creole", released in 1958, "The Comancheros" (1961), "The Proud Rebel" (1958), "Jim Thorpe -- All-American" (1951), "The Mayor of Hell" (1933), and "Captains of the Clouds" (1942).
Bette Davis and Michael Curtiz have been associated in "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex", released in 1939 (character: Queen Elizabeth I), "20,000 Years in Sing Sing" (1932) (character: Fay Wilson), "Jimmy the Gent" (1934) portraying Miss Joan Martin.
What was the release date of "Front Page Woman"?
"Front Page Woman" was initially released on Thursday, July 11, 1935, in the United States.Release date for the United States:
- Thursday, July 11, 1935