A wife shoots her husband's mistress. Afterwards, she is tormented by guilt when someone else is blamed for the crime.
When another woman steps in and takes the man you love...right out of your arms.....-would you kill? (Print Ad-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, ((Pittsburgh, Penna.)) 1 March 1934)
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The source is credited to a play onscreen, but it is actually a remake of the French film Une vie perdue
(1933), written by the same author. Perhaps "screen play" was meant, because "screenplay" in the 1930s was two separate words. See more
Douglass Dumbrille is credited as "Douglas Dumbrille" in the titles. See more
She'll slide down the bannisters if I say so.
Opening credits are shown on the pages of a book, a reference to the "journal" in the title. See more
Remake of Une vie perdue