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Women Won't Tell (January 1, 1933)

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Women Won't Tell
 

Released on January 1, 1933: (running time 65 minutes) A lady and her daughter who live in the town dump inherit a fortune when the old gal claims that the wealthy factory owner who just died was the little girl's father.

Produced by George R. Batcheller Jr.

Directed by Richard Thorpe

The Actors: Sarah Padden (Aggie Specks), Otis Harlan (Henry Jones), Gloria Shea (April Specks Moorehouse), Larry Kent (George Robinson), Edmund Breese (attorney for the defense), Mae Busch (Mrs. Ruth Howard), Walter Long (Joe Kummer), William V. Mong (Elias Moorehouse, manufacturing mogul), Robert Ellis (District Attorney), Tom Ricketts (Williams, Henry Jones' assistant), Isabel Withers (Wanda Wolf, newspaper reporter), John Hyams (Walter Robinson), Jane Darwell (Mrs. Walter Robinson), Dewey Robinson (Gregory Howard), Donald Kirke (Alvin Thompson, newspaper editor), June Bennett (April as a child), Charles Hill Mailes (second judge), Betty Mack (Liz), Ted Billings (courtroom spectator), Billy Bletcher (tennis game radio announcer), Walter Brennan (Walter, dump workman), Julia Griffith (tennis game spectator), Isabel La Mal (prison matron), Frank LaRue (first judge)

 

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The Duchess of the Dump, the April Fool, and the Truck Driver with a Secret

1933 was the fourth year of the Great Depression that would last until the huge spending to build shipa and airplanes for the Second World War pulled the economy out of the dumper. The motion picture industry was churning out stories now known as 'Poverty Row' pictures, many of which were what we would later call ‘rags to riches’ tales, involving characters that are caught in the depths of poverty who struggle against all odds and end up on the sunny side of the street.

As our adventure opens we are at the city dump, where a kindly lady and her young daughter live. They have a shanty built with discarded wood and other items from the trash. Sarah Padden is Aggie Specks, the Duchess of the Dump. She commands a crew of men to pick through the trash to find items that could be sold. She sells them and pays the men who help her search for discarded treasures.

One of the men wants to marry Sarah, but Joe Kummer, a burly trash truck driver, tells the man that the Duchess of the Dump will never marry the man, and he knows why. He knows a secret about Aggie’s past that no one else knows, and he ain’t talking.

When the crabby millionaire businessman who owns a factory next to the dump dies, the Duchess of the Dump inadvertently mentions that her young daughter should inherit his fortune. Aggie tells a newspaper reporter that her young daughter is the illegitimate daughter of the wealthy businessman.

Soon the Duchess of the Dump is the president of the prosperous factory, and her daughter is a beautiful young lady mingling with the finest of society. Aggie Specks and her daughter have moved from rags to riches, and we have a beautiful, uplifting and heart-warming story. . . . . Until two people arrive with a bombshell accusation, and the Duchess of the Dump, who is now a prosperous business woman, winds up in prison.

There is only one man can keep her from serving fifteen years in prison. Trash truck driver Joe Kummer and his secret . . . but Joe Kummer has disappeared and cannot be found. The Duchess of the Dump is headed for a life in prison, because even though the truck driver from her past might reveal his secret, the Women Won't Tell. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

an actor and Walter Brennan
an actor and Walter Brennan
Betty Mack and Isabel Withers
Betty Mack and Isabel Withers
Billy Bletcher
Billy Bletcher
Charles Hill Mailes
Charles Hill Mailes
Donald Kirk and Isabel Withers
Donald Kirk and Isabel Withers
Donald Kirk and Isabel Withers
Donald Kirk and Isabel Withers
Edmund Breese and Walter Long
Edmund Breese and Walter Long
Fern Emmett
Fern Emmett
GLoria Shea and Larry Kent
GLoria Shea and Larry Kent
Isabel Withers
Isabel Withers
Isabel Withers and Donald Kirke
Isabel Withers and Donald Kirke
Jane Darwell
Jane Darwell
John Hyams and Larry Kent
John Hyams and Larry Kent
June Bennett and Sarah Padden
June Bennett and Sarah Padden
Larry Kent and Otis Harlan
Larry Kent and Otis Harlan
Mae Busch and Dewey Robinson
Mae Busch and Dewey Robinson
Otis Harlan and Sarah Padden
Otis Harlan and Sarah Padden
Robert Ellis
Robert Ellis
Sarah Padden in Women Won't Tell
Sarah Padden in Women Won't Tell
Sarah Padden and Isabel Withers
Sarah Padden and Isabel Withers
Sarah Padden and June Bennett
Sarah Padden and June Bennett
Sarah Padden, Mae Busch and Dewey Robinson
Sarah Padden, Mae Busch and Dewey Robinson
Sarah Padden and Otis Harlan
Sarah Padden and Otis Harlan
Sarah Padden and Walter Long
Sarah Padden and Walter Long
William V. Mong and Tom Ricketts
William V. Mong and Tom Ricketts
Sarah Padden and Robert Ellis
Sarah Padden and Robert Ellis
Sarah Padden and William V. Mong
Sarah Padden and William V. Mong
Sara Padden and Walter Long
Sara Padden and Walter Long
Sarah Padden in Women Won't Talk
Sarah Padden
Walter Long
Walter Long