Red-Headed Woman (1932)

Thursday, March 23, 2023

“Red Headed Woman” is a part of the collaboration with Union College Film Studies titled “Breaking the Rules: Great Women of the Pre-Code Era“, curated by Professor Jenelle Troxell. Professor Troxell and her colleagues will introduce several Pre-Code Hollywood classics and participate in an informed Q&A about each film immediately afterward.

“Red Headed Woman” features Union College’s Krisanna Scheiter, Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy. This film is also a part of Proctors’ “Women’s (Film) History Month” series.

Synopsis: Gold digger, Lillian Andrews (Jean Harlow, in the role she was born to play) relentlessly attempts to seduce a married man. While Stanwyck’s Lily Powers was motivated by desperation in “Baby Face,” Harlow’s Lillian is simply after mischief!
1932. Run time 1 hour 19 mins. Not rated.
Location: GE Theatre

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