Quote for the Day: November 16th, 2021

The Woman in Red (1935); directed by Robert Florey

I’d like to find one of those authors who write about how wonderful it is to be in love. I’d shoot ‘em just for the fun of it.

The Woman in Red (1935); directed by Robert Florey

I think it’s safe to say that Barbara Stanwyck had some of the sauciest lines in cinematic history and while The Woman in Red is lesser-known among the films she starred in during her long career, it is a gem well worth watching. If you haven’t seen it yet and choose to, do yourself a favor and keep a pen and notebook nearby to save some of the barbs to use the next time someone pisses you off.

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