Employees' Entrance (1933)
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as Kurt Anderson
as Madeleine Walters West
as Martin West
as Polly Dale
as Mrs. Hickox
as Miss Hall
as The Editor
as The Man
as An Employee
Critic Reviews for Employees' Entrance
Warren William gives quite an efficient portrait of a dictator of an important department store.
As an attack on ruthless capitalism, it goes a lot further than more recent efforts such as Wall Street, and it's amazing how much plot and character are gracefully shoehorned into 75 minutes.
...a slow-moving and mostly uneventful drama that nevertheless boasts an assortment of compelling attributes...
The Important thing about this picture Is that Warren William, who plays the lending role as a ruthless but extraordinarily efficient department store general manager. Is back In his old form.
You quickly get used to the on-the-nose dialogue... and the story moves quickly while still managing to develop our interest in the main characters.
Audience Reviews for Employees' Entrance
hardcore precode with warren william, terrific as a ruthless executive and womanizer, firing people left and right and even driving one employee to suicide. the film still packs a punch 80 years later
This movie is definitely pre-code, it's story is a realistic and truthful account of the troubles of a working girl and her boyfriend. This movie is worth a glance.
Pre-code shenanigans, really quite lurid in its way.
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