Waterfront Lady (1935) CRIME DRAMA



Stars: Ann Rutherford, Frank Albertson and Ward Bond
Director: Joseph Santley
Writers: Wellyn Totman (story)

When a young man is befriended by a gambling ship operator and made a partner in the business, he becomes involved in a police manhunt after he covers up a murder committed by his new partner.

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12 Replies to “Waterfront Lady (1935) CRIME DRAMA”

  1. Oh this is really worth restoring in a film lab! Great film, reasonably authentic topic of gambling ships just outside US territorial waters. And cant forget that vicious fight scene, either.   Man, Ann was a cutie!!!

  2. I can't believe it! The blue eyed blond: Barbara Pepper – went on to play the wife of Fred Ziffel in "Green Acres." She was absolutely gorgeous here, but living a tough life did her in, especially when her husband died leaving her to fend for herself and raise 2 young boys. Read up, as she had a very interesting life.

  3. Even though I wasn't born when this movie was made and others like this one I remember watching these movies on TV on the Late show and the Late Late show when I was a teen.
    My opinion is most of what I see on TV sucks.
    Ed

  4. I agree about Barbara Pepper. She was much under-rated in her younger days. Not that I ever lusted after her flesh, you understand.

  5. Definitely one of the better "low-budget" movies of that decade. A good director who knows how to get the most out of a slim budget, is a great asset. Add a good writer and actors who know what they're doing, and you have success. There are literally thousands of films out there, that are so bad, you wonder how anybody could con a producer to finance them. Good download PIZZA, thanks!!

  6. Very Entertaining movie& Fun to Watch!! I did Not know anything about Barbara Pepper until I saw one of the comments below.She reminded me of Jean Harlow.Thanks,again,PizzaFlix4 Sharing this Good Movie!!

  7. This film was produced by Mascot pictures which in a year or two became Republic pictures world famous for their serials and westerns!

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