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"A Wicked Woman" is a 1934 Drama Romance film written by Anne Austin, Florence Ryerson, Zelda Sears, and Maurine Dallas Watkins and directed by Charles Brabin.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Harry Rapf
- art direction by Cedric Gibbons
- written by Florence Ryerson, Maurine Dallas Watkins, Zelda Sears
- based on a story by Anne Austin
- Mady Christians as Naomi Trice
- Jean Parker as Rosanne Stroud
- Charles Bickford as Pat Naylor
- Betty Furness as Yancey Stroud
- William "Bill" Henry as Curtis 'Curt' Stroud
- Jackie Searl as Curtis
- Betty Jane Graham as Yancey
- Marilyn Harris as Rosanne
- Paul Harvey as Ed Trice
- Zelda Sears as Gram Teague
- Robert Taylor as Bill Renton
- Sterling Holloway as Peter Wells
- Georgie Billings as Neddie Stroud
- DeWitt Jennings as Sheriff
- cinematography by Lester H. White
- edited by Ben Lewis
- music by William Axt
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- released on (80 years ago)
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by Emanuel Strauss
a wicked woman and an evil is three halfpence worse than the devil 586 English: German: Latin: French: Spanish: Portuguese: Italian: Polish: 587 English: b) pan leggero e grave formaggio piglia sempre a) a wicked woman and an evil is ...
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a wicked woman, whore).
by Lodiana. American Presbyterian mission
Forsaken, abandoned, wicked; (generally applied to a wicked woman. ) chhind, *.
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Bayle, a wicked woman of a strange " species. There are some villains whom we are almost " forced to admire, because they shew a certain greatness of ...
by M. B. Belsare
A wicked woman. fill-st, a. j. [ S. fails angry. ] Ths/ goddess Durgfi. 2. A furious, merciless, passionate woman. siél-ms, a. m. [ + “l6” ] A book containing propitiatory verses of praises and prayers offered to the goddess Durgi. ' Id. iitl'lla Hill To ...
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