Red-Headed Woman

“Jean Harlow as a girl who exploits her charms and makes the journey from the wrong side of the tracks to a rich marriage and then to even richer liaisons. She's a throttler, a scrambler, a kicker - and the picture... is tough and funny. Chester Morris is the young man, and Charles Boyer, having just arrived in the U.S., puts in a stunning appearance.”

- The New Yorker

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