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Rated NR · 96 minutes · 1937

Crime drama
Fiery nightclub dame Mary Dwight Strauber (Bette Davis) witnesses a murder at the Club Intime, but is terrified to testify against her slimy boss, notorious mobster Johnny Vanning (Eduardo Ciannelli). When Mary's innocent sister, Betty (Jane Bryan), gets mixed up in Vanning's racket and winds up dead, Mary finally yields to pressure from the District Attorney (Humphrey Bogart) and agrees to testify against Vanning in court, regardless of the death threats she receives from his henchmen.
Director: Lloyd Bacon
Producer: Louis Edelman
Cast: Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Lola Lane, Jane Bryan, Eduardo Ciannelli, Isabel Jewell, Allen Jenkins, Mayo Methot, Ben Welden, Henry O'Neill, Rosalind Marquis, John Litel, Damian O'Flynn, Robert Strange, James Robbins, William B. Davidson, John Sheehan, Sam Wren, Kenneth Harlan and Raymond Hatton

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