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Basics Critics:39Viewers:71Rusty:77
Category: Crime, Drama, Mystery/Noir/ThrillerNotable as: Crime FictionSub-Category: Black-and-white, Crime Fiction, Crime Drama, Film à clef, DramaRuntime: 84 - 97 minutesColor: black-and-whiteLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Lloyd Bacon, Michael CurtizScreenwriter: Robert Rossen, Seton I. MillerCinematography: George BarnesStars: Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Mayo Methot, Eduardo Ciannelli, Jane Bryan, Allen Jenkins, Henry O'Neill, Raymond Hatton, Isabel Jewell, Dorothy Tree, John Litel, Kenneth Harlan, Lola LaneStudio: Warner Bros.Award details: (details at IMDb)

Marked Woman is a dramatic crime film released by Warner Bros. in 1937. It was directed by Lloyd Bacon, and stars Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart, with featured performances by Lola Lane, Isabel Jewell, Rosalind Marquis, Mayo Methot, Jane Bryan, Eduardo Ciannelli and Allen Jenkins. Set in the underworld of Manhattan, Marked Woman tells the story of a woman who dares to stand up to one of the city's most powerful gangsters. The film was a major success for Warner Brothers, and was one of Davis' most important early pictures. Davis had recently filed a lawsuit against Warners, with part of her protest being the inferior quality of scripts she was expected to play. Although she lost the lawsuit, she garnered considerable press coverage, and Marked Woman was the first script she filmed upon returning to Hollywood. She was reported to be very pleased with the script and the reported dramatic possibilities it was reported to afford her. Jack Warner was said to be equally pleased by the huge public reaction in favour of Davis, which he was said to have rightly predicted would increase the appeal and profitability of her films.

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