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Bed of Roses

Bed of Roses(1933)

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Brief Synopsis

A girl from the wrong side of the tracks is torn between true love and a life of sin.

Cast & Crew

Gregory LaCava Director
Constance Bennett Lorry Evans
John Halliday Stephen Paige
Pert Kelton Minnie [Brown]
Samuel Hinds Father Doran
Franklin Pangborn Floorwalker
Tom Francis Salesman
Jane Darwell Head prison matron
Charles Rosher Photography
Frank Redman 2nd Camera
John Cooney Assistant Camera
Wanda Tuchock [Wrt] by
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York premiere: week of 29 Jun 1933
Release Date:  1933 Production Date:  A Pandro S. Berman Production
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Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Duration(mins):  70 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  7    

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  • Terrible acting by Bennett, great acting by Kelton

    wd73383 2016-11-11

    Although this is a more-or-less standard story from Hollywood for the times, it still is entertaining. Unfortunately, Constance Bennett almost ruins its by... MORE>

  • bed of roses

    kevin sellers 2016-10-15

    It's ok. The story of thief/gold digger Constance Bennet falling suddenly (and inexplicably) for straight arrow Joel Mc Rae, with zero conflict or... MORE>

  • Another gem that hasn't been made into a DVD.

    denscul 2014-11-19

    This is a gem, made in 1933, so the film is a bit ragged. This should be digitized and put on a DVD for sale. Its a sassy pre code film, that you can... MORE>