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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Other Men's Women

    Merveilleux mélodrame plein de fougue et de gaîté, traversé par quelques acteurs vraiment excellents, avec 2 scènes mémorables qui illustrent l'originale façon d'un conducteur de train de prendre une rapide collation, à l'entrée en gare du convoi ferroviaire et la drolatique manière de planter les graines de pois de senteur. Un vrai bonheur wellmanien, avec une profusion de chewing-gum en aparté ! www.cinefiches.com

  2. Hugo Poderoso's rating of the film Other Men's Women

    The early 30s give us an idea of what Hollywood could've been hadn't it been castrated by the Hays Code. In this case, we're talking about a story in which, in a very mature way, adultery is dealt without preaching.

  3. Illusion Travels By Streetcar's rating of the film Other Men's Women

    "Warners worked best for his temperament and the kind of pictures he wanted to make." http://illusionpodcast.blogspot.com/2014/07/episode-20-william-wellman-1929-1934.html

  4. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Other Men's Women

    ** 1/2. Adultery, Joan Blondell drunk in a speakeasy and a suicide (the husband) that allows the lovers to be happy forever, we're in America yes and it's the pre-code Hays blessed period. You know, the only period (1930 - 1934) when cinema was really free in the freest country of the modern world. Recommended.

  5. Dave's rating of the film Other Men's Women

    A bit of a pre-code masterpiece, IMO. The first half is a light, fun buildup that ultimately leads to a brooding, expressionistic second half. Among the finest work of Wellman's pre-code career and one of the best in TCM's "Forbidden Hollywood" series.