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Rated NR · 71 minutes · 1933

Drama
This film follows the sexual escapades of Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck), the beautiful daughter of a speakeasy owner. Lily's dreary life in Pennsylvania takes a sudden turn when her father is killed in an accident. Unmoved by her father's death, Lily, along with friend Chico (Theresa Harris), jumps on a freight train and seduces a worker to avoid being arrested. Now in New York City, Lily uses her beauty and sexual prowess to seduce a string of successful men as she works her way to the top.
Director: Alfred Green
Writer: Darryl F. Zanuck, Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola
Producer: Raymond Griffith
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent, Donald Cook, Arthur Hohl, John Wayne, Henry Kolker, Margaret Lindsay, Douglas Dumbrille, Theresa Harris, Alphonse Ethier, James Murray, Robert Barrat, Renee Whitney, Nat Pendleton, Harry Gribbon and Arthur DeKuh

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