Havana Widows

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Havana Widows
Glenda Farrell in Havana Widows trailer.jpg
Scene from trailer
Directed by Ray Enright
Written by Earl Baldwin
Starring Joan Blondell
Glenda Farrell
Cinematography George Barnes
Edited by Clarence Kolster
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) November 18, 1933
Running time 62 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Havana Widows is a 1933 Warner Bros. comedy film directed by Ray Enright and starring Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell. The picture is the first of an informal series of four movies through the early 1930s where Blondell and Farrell were paired as a fast-talking, wisecracking, working-class comedy team. The others are Kansas City Princess, We're in the Money, and Miss Pacific Fleet. All but Kansas City Princess were directed by Enright. (They appear together, but are not teamed, in Gold Diggers of 1937, I've Got Your Number, and Traveling Saleslady.)

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Sadie and Mae are two friends who are in Havana to seduce wealthy older men. Their target is Deacon Jones, a self-appointed moralist who can't drink without getting drunk. Mae ruins their plan when she falls in love with Deacon's son Bob.

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