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Ex-Lady is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy/drama film directed by Robert Florey. The screenplay by David Boehm is a remake of the Barbara Stanwyck film Illicit (1931), both crediting a story (actually a play)[2] by Edith Fitzgerald and Robert Riskin. The film focuses on a pair of lovers, commercial illustrator Helen Bauer (Bette Davis) and advertising writer Don Peterson (Gene Raymond), who have been living together quite happily (in separate apartments) for some time. One night, after hiding in Helen’s bedroom until their party guests have all left, Don announces that he is tired of sneaking around. He wants marriage—and possibly children—and Helen finally agrees, although she is afraid that it will wreck their relationship. Her predictions of trouble—increased by the stresses of opening their own advertising agency—come true, but in the end, with the serendipitous intervention of their perpetually inebriated friend, Van (Frank McHugh), they reconcile and resume the mixed blessings of wedded bliss.

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Ex-Lady ast
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Genre:romantische Komödie
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 1170
Regie:Robert Florey
Drehbuch:David Boehm
Kamera:Tony Gaudio
Musik:Leo F. Forbstein
Produzent:Darryl F. Zanuck
Darsteller:Bette Davis
Gene Raymond
Frank McHugh
Monroe Owsley
Claire Dodd
Armand Kaliz
Ferdinand Gottschalk
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