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The Woman in Red (1935)





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In this romantic drama, a horsewoman is forced to work in a society dame's stable. There she meets and falls in love with a destitute polo-player who has curried the favor of his lovely employer. The matron gets jealous of the budding relationship between the horsewoman and the player. A wealthy man, who wants the stable girl, also gets jealous. Fortunately, the young lovers are able to withstand the ensuing turmoil and they elope. A while later, the other man attends a lively party aboard a yacht. There a drunken chorine falls overboard and drowns. One of the ship's officers blames the wealthy man and says he saw him leaving with a mysterious "woman in red." During the ensuing trial, the horsewoman clears his name by admitting that he was with her. It is a difficult admission because she knows she is risking her marriage. Fortunately, her husband and his family support her all the way and the marriage is strengthened. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi


Barbara Stanwyck
as Shelby Barret Wyatt
Gene Raymond
as John 'Johnny' Wyatt
Genevieve Tobin
as Mrs. 'Nicko' Nicholas
Phillip Reed
as Dan McCall
John Eldredge
as Gene Fairchild
Dorothy Tree
as Olga Goodyear
Arthur Treacher
as Maj. Casserly
Doris Lloyd
as Mrs. Casserly
Hale Hamilton
as Wyatt Furness
Ann Shoemaker
as Cora Furness
Nella Walker
as Aunt Bettina
Claude Gillingwater
as Grandpa Furness
Brandon Hurst
as Uncle Emlen
Bill Elliott
as Stuart Wyatt
Edward Keane
as Ringmaster
Jack Mulhall
as Mr. Crozier
Olive Jones
as Reporter
Russell Hicks
as Prosecuting Attorney
Arthur Ayleswofth
as Village Grocer
Ross Allen Castlen
as 2nd Debutante
Nan Grey
as Minor Role (uncredited)
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