Lady from Nowhere (1933) - Rotten Tomatoes

Lady from Nowhere (1933)





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The Lady from Nowhere is manicurist Polly (Mary Astor) who is the wrong girl at the wrong place when a gangland murder occurs. Taking it on the lam, Polly is pursued by both the gangsters and the police. The cops could have taken a little time to put a tail on the suspected murderer, but why let logic get in the way of a good story? Equally illogical is the decision by the fugitive Polly to pose as a small-town heiress as a means of getting her hands on some getaway money. Since such a ploy could serve only to reveal her whereabouts to the villains, it's surprising that heroic newspaperman Earl (Charles Quigley) comes to Polly's rescue instead of chastising her with a "Geez, what a dummy!"


Mary Astor
as Polly Dunlap
Charles Quigley
as Earl Daniels
Rita La Roy
as Mabel Donner
Thurston Hall
as James Gordon Barnes
Norman Willis
as Ed Lustig
Claudia Coleman
as Mrs. Banks
Matty Fain
as Frankie
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