That Certain Woman
That Certain Woman (1937)

Edmund Goulding directed this remake of his own 1929 The Trespasser, which starred Gloria Swanson. Here Bette Davis assumes the lead role of Mary Donnell, a young innocent married to a bootlegger. When her husband is killed, she decides to… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 15, 1937
DVD Release Date: October 28, 1992
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Dennis Schwartz
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If you like the pic, it's clearly because of Bette Davis.

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jay nixon
Standard weepie elevated by Bette and Henry. Anita Louise steals her one scene with some of the best acting she ever did.
Mason Williams
That Certain Woman starring my all time favorite Bette Davis from 1937 is a good Warner Bros film. This film teams Henry Fonda alongside Bette Davis as a couple… More