Other Men's Women (The Steel Highway)
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Other Men's Women (The Steel Highway)
William A. Wellman's triangle melodrama "The Steel Highway" -- a title referring to the film's railroad setting -- was changed to the more suggestive Other Men's Women shortly before it's April 19, 1931 New York premiere. Grant Withers and Regis Toomey played lifelong friends and co-workers in love with the same woman, Mary Astor). She, unfortunately, is also Toomey's wife and the two friends have a blow-out on the job. The train derails and Toomey is blinded for life. When the river floods, the repentant Withers concocts a scheme to save an important railroad… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The first half is airy and jaunty, the second is studded with arresting expressionism"
‑ Fernando F. Croce, CinePassion
"... set around the railroad yards and Wellman fills the film with scenes of the men and machines in action."
‑ Sean Axmaker, Parallax View
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