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  • There's Always a Woman (1938)
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    81 min | Comedy, Crime, Music
There's Always a Woman (1938)
Passed
81 min | Comedy, Crime, Music

An investigator for the district attorney and his amateur-sleuth wife compete to solve a murder mystery.
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Director
Writers
Gladys Lehman (screen play) | Wilson Collison (story)
Producer
Cinematographer
Henry Freulich (photography)
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Updated Apr 20, 1938

Release date
Apr 20, 1938 (United States)

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37 cast members
Name Known for
Joan Blondell
Sally Reardon Sally Reardon   See fewer
Melvyn Douglas
William 'Bill' Reardon William 'Bill' Reardon   See fewer
Mary Astor
Lola Fraser Lola Fraser   See fewer
Frances Drake
Anne Calhoun Anne Calhoun   See fewer
Jerome Cowan
Nick Shane Nick Shane   See fewer
Robert Paige
Jerry Marlowe Jerry Marlowe   See fewer
Thurston Hall
District Attorney District Attorney   See fewer
Pierre Watkin
Mr. Ketterling Mr. Ketterling   See fewer
Walter Kingsford
Grigson Grigson   See fewer
Lester Matthews
Walter Fraser Walter Fraser   See fewer
William 'Billy' Benedict
Bellhop (uncredited) Bellhop (uncredited)   See fewer
Wade Boteler
Sam - Radio Car Driver (uncredited) Sam - Radio Car Driver (uncredited)   See fewer
Ralph Brooks
Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited) Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited)   See fewer
William Burgess
Rent Collector (uncredited) Rent Collector (uncredited)   See fewer
Wyn Cahoon
Miss Jacobs - Reardon's Secretary (uncredited) Miss Jacobs - Reardon's Secretary (uncredited)   See fewer
Nell Craig
District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited) District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited)   See fewer
Gennaro Curci
Second Waiter (uncredited) Second Waiter (uncredited)   See fewer
George Davis
Waiter (uncredited) Waiter (uncredited)   See fewer
Joe De Stefani
Cigar Stand Vendor (uncredited) Cigar Stand Vendor (uncredited)   See fewer
Tom Dugan
Detective Flannigan (uncredited) Detective Flannigan (uncredited)   See fewer
Eddie Dunn
Policeman (uncredited) Policeman (uncredited)   See fewer
Eddie Fetherston
News Photographer (uncredited) News Photographer (uncredited)   See fewer
Bess Flowers
District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited) District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited)   See fewer
John Gallaudet
Newspaper Reporter (uncredited) Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)   See fewer
Bud Geary
Assistant to District Attorney (uncredited) Assistant to District Attorney (uncredited)   See fewer
Rita Hayworth
Mary - Ketterling's Secretary (uncredited) Mary - Ketterling's Secretary (uncredited)   See fewer
Bud Jamison
Jim - Bartender (uncredited) Jim - Bartender (uncredited)   See fewer
Robert Emmett Keane
City Editor (uncredited) City Editor (uncredited)   See fewer
Arthur Loft
Radio Patrolman (uncredited) Radio Patrolman (uncredited)   See fewer
George McKay
Policeman (uncredited) Policeman (uncredited)   See fewer
Harold Miller
Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited) Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited)   See fewer
Bert Moorhouse
Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited) Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited)   See fewer
Gene Morgan
Police Officer Fogarty (uncredited) Police Officer Fogarty (uncredited)   See fewer
Ted Oliver
Policeman (uncredited) Policeman (uncredited)   See fewer
Lee Phelps
Police Broadcaster (uncredited) Police Broadcaster (uncredited)   See fewer
Lucille Ward
Jail Matron (uncredited) Jail Matron (uncredited)   See fewer
Marek Windheim
Headwaiter (uncredited) Headwaiter (uncredited)   See fewer
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