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Belle of the Nineties (1934)

Starring: Mae West, Roger Pryor   [See details]
Directed by: Leo McCarey
Runtime:1 hour and 13 minutes
MPAA rating:Rated NR
Genre(s): Musical, Western
Synopsis:Mae West, who wrote this and a handful of other movies during the 1930s, stars as 1890s blues singer Ruby in a comic romp that follows the dazzling entertainerís quest to find the man of her dreams without being duped. Ruby distracts boxer Tiger so much that Tigerís manager asks Ruby to leave town, but itís not the last that Ruby and Tiger will see of each other. Singing such songs as "My Old Flame" and "Memphis Blues" with a sultry air in front of Duke Ellingtonís orchestra, Ruby projects sex and sincerity at the same moment. Using both her brains and her looks to keep herself out of the grasp of troublemakers, Ruby outwits her female competition and the male predators to emerge unscathed and with her beau on her arm.
Catalog #:6710
 
Price: $16.99
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Brief Cast Overview
Mae West    ...    Ruby Carter
Roger Pryor    ...    Tiger Kid
John Miljan    ...    Ace Lamont (owner, Sensation House)

Technical Specification
Encoding: Region 0*  [See details]
Format:    Fullscreen
Color: Black and white
Edition: Import, Digitally remastered
     
Language: English
Sound: Dolby Sound
Subtitles: English
*DVD will play on any regional DVD player

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