Satan Met a Lady
Satan Met a Lady (1936)

In this film, Bette Davis is a determined woman searching for another woman who is looking for a lost and valuable artifact. She hires detective Ted Shayne to help her in her quest. Troubles arise when last-minute contenders arrive -- they… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 22, 1936
DVD Release Date: February 27, 1991
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Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
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[A] snappy, funny film that spoofs the detective genre using the framework of Hammett's famous story.

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jay nixon
Light version of Maltese Falcon, really not much of worth here. Legend has it that Bette fought tooth and nail not to make this and it shows in her performance,… More
Veronique Kwak
"satan met a lady" is a typical example of how you could ruin a ballistic novel by whimsically twisting it into a slapstick comedy. "satan met a… More
Byron Brubaker
The comic version of The Maltese Falcon. Fairly clever the way the story is twisted for comic purposes. Spade becomes Shane (Warren William), Ruth né Brigid… More