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She Done Him Wrong

(DVD - 2008 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
She Done Him Wrong


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Lou works as a singer at the Gay Nineties saloon of Gus Jordan, who plies her with diamonds to keep her by his side. She runs afoul of stalwart mission Captain Cummings, who warns her that she's on the road to perdition.
Title: She done him wrong
[videorecording]
Publisher: Universal City, CA :, Universal Studios Home Entertainment,, [2008]
Edition: Full frame
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (65 min.) :,sd., b&w ;,4 3/4 in
Statement of Responsibility: Universal ; a Paramount picture ; Paramount presents ; directed by Lowell Sherman ; by Mae West ; screen play by Harvey Thew and John Bright ; [produced by William LeBaron]
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1933
Special features: Exclusive introduction by Turner Classic Movies host and film historian Robert Osborne; bonus cartoon: "She done him right."
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Summary: Lou works as a singer at the Gay Nineties saloon of Gus Jordan, who plies her with diamonds to keep her by his side. She runs afoul of stalwart mission Captain Cummings, who warns her that she's on the road to perdition.
Terms Of Use: This disc is copy protected
Additional Contributors: Sherman, Lowell - 1888-1934
LeBaron, William - 1883-1958
West, Mae
Thew, Harvey
Bright, John - 1908 January 1-1989
Grant, Cary - 1904-1986
Moore, Owen - 1886-1939
Beery, Noah - 1882-1946
Roland, Gilbert - 1905-1994
Landau, David - 1879-1935
Ottiano, Rafaela - 1888-1942
Paramount Productions
Universal Pictures (Firm)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm)
Branch Call Number: DVD Comedy SHE
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Report This Mar 03, 2014
  • PatrickLongworth1969 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

I don't understand a comment like "...badly dated..." especially in regard to this film which is a peek back in the past more sure than any time machine might presume to bring us. Mae West is a character but I don't know enough about her to determine how much she embodies the character she plays as opposed to just being herself. That's the tragedy of all the years in between this film's time and our time. It's an interesting film with plots and turns, Cary Grant is one of the stars and the plot is of a woman in a public house who lives the high life until it all comes crashing down and she is led away (whether to prison or to marriage is open to question).

Report This Dec 04, 2013
  • lukasevansherman rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

Somehow you can know the Mae West persona without having seen any of her movies. Along with "My Little Chickadee," in which she co-starred with W.C. Fields, this is her best known film. She adapted it from her play and it features the famous (and misquoted) line "Why don't you come up sometime and see me." It stirred up some controversy when released, but you'd be hard pressed to figure out why. It's badly dated, but of some historic importance. Cary Grant has one of his earliest roles here.

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