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The Women
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Norma Shearer Norma Shearer
Mrs. Stephen Haines - Mary
Joan Crawford Joan Crawford
Crystal Allen
Rosalind Russell Rosalind Russell
Mrs. Howard Fowler - Sylvia
Mary Boland Mary Boland
The Countess De Lave - Flora
Paulette Goddard Paulette Goddard
Miriam Aarons
Joan Fontaine Joan Fontaine
Mrs. John Day - Peggy
Lucile Watson Lucile Watson
Mrs. Morehead
Phyllis Povah Phyllis Povah
Mrs. Phelps Potter - Edith


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Anita Loos Anita Loos
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3 years, 4 months ago at Jul 20 19:37
The Women explores the tribulations and dilemmas of weather sleeping dogs should lie. Unless you’re easily offended by a movie in which majority of its female cast are vicious gossips then stay away. The gossiping stereotypes here are greatly exaggerated to the full, being all part of the film’s humor; as Sylvia Fowler (Rosalind Russell) puts it, “you know how those creatures are, babble bab... read more
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Description: The Women follows the lives of Manhattan women, focusing in particular on Mary Haines (Norma Shearer), the cheerful, contented wife of Stephen and mother of Little Mary (Virginia Weidler). After a bit of gossip flies around the salon these wealthy women visit, Mary's cousin Sylvia Fowler (Rosalind Russell) learns from a manicurist that Mary's husband has been having an affair with a predatory perfume counter girl named Crystal Allen (Joan Crawford). A notorious gossip, Sylvia delights in sharing the news with Mary's friends; she sets up Mary with an appointment with the same manicurist so that she hears the rumor about Stephen's ... (more)
Release date: 1 September 1939
UPC: 012569520523
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