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Millie (1931)





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In this melodrama, a divorcee flits from man-to-man. It seems she will love everyone but the wealth town broker, who, to ease his breaking heart takes up with her 16-year-old daughter. The ruffled mother warns him repeatedly to stop, but he does not and she ends up killing him. During the ensuing trial, her daughter steps forward and tells the truth about the fateful night.

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Robert Ames
as Tommy Roche
John Halliday
as Jimmy Daimer
Lilyan Tashman
as Helen Riley
James Hall
as Jack Maitland
Edmund Breese
as Attorney
Charlotte Walker
as Mrs. Maitland
Harvey Clark
as Hawksworth
Geneva Mitchell
as Clara Roscoe
Aggie Herring
as Landlady
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Creaky antique reworking of Madame X is of interest mainly for its pre-code ingredients, blatant lesbianism, unpunished sex outside marriage etc., than any real value as a film. A lot of the film techniques are reminiscent of silents showing the growing pains of films continued into the early thirties. Part of the problem with the film is that all the men talk about how the heroine gets under a man's skin and they can't get over her but Helen Twelvetrees exudes none of the magnetism that makes that believable. The supporting players add more to the picture than the leads with Lilyan Tashman having the most fun as a party girl with Joan Blondell and Frank McHugh both starting out but already stealing scenes with their patented personas firmly in place. An almost unrecognizable Anita Louise, still beautiful but so young, is cast as Millie's daughter.

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