A Dangerous Woman (1929 film)
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|A Dangerous Woman|
|Directed by||Gerald Grove
Rowland V. Lee
|Screenplay by||John Farrow
Edward E. Paramore Jr.
|Based on||"A Woman Who Needed Killing"
by Margery Lawrence
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
A Dangerous Woman is a 1929 film released by Paramount based on the Margery Lawrence story "A Woman Who Needed Killing". It was directed by Gerald Grove and Rowland V. Lee from a script by John Farrow and Edward E. Paramore Jr.
- Staff report (May 14, 1929). Grauman Will Introduce New Color-Talkie. Los Angeles Times
- Hall, Mordaunt (May 20, 1929). The Sbreen; The Five Who Fell. A Russian Vampire. Stagey Bits In This Film. "Eleven Who Were Loyal" a Picture With Mary Nolan. A Movie Filmed In Tripoli; "Kif Tebbi" Is A Commendable Picture Subsidized by Mussolini. Other Photoplays. New York Times
- Busby, Marquis (May 18, 1929). Drama of Africa at Paramount. "Dangerous Woman" Tells Tense Story of Existence at Outposts. Los Angeles Times
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