|Directed by||Stuart Walker|
|Produced by||E. Lloyd Sheldon (uncredited)|
|Written by||Norman Reilly Raine (play)
Frank Butler (play)
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
White Woman is a 1933 American pre-Code drama film directed by Stuart Walker and starring Carole Lombard, Charles Laughton, and Charles Bickford. A young widow remarries and accompanies her husband to his remote jungle rubber plantation. The film was based on the Broadway play Hangman's Whip by Norman Reilly Raine and Frank Butler.
One of hundreds of Paramount films held in limbo by Universal Studios. Universal gained ownership of Paramount features produced between 1929 and 1949. Paramount remade the film in 1939 as Island of Lost Men, with Anna May Wong, J. Carrol Naish and Broderick Crawford in the roles originated by Lombard, Laughton and Bickford. It was directed by Kurt Neumann.
- Carole Lombard as Judith Denning
- Charles Laughton as Horace H. Prin
- Charles Bickford as Ballister
- Kent Taylor as David von Elst
- Percy Kilbride as Jakey
- James Bell as Hambly
- Charles Middleton as Fenton (as Charles B. Middleton)
- Claude King as C. M. Chisholm
- Ethel Griffies as Mrs. Chisholm
- Marc Lawrence as Connors
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1931-40 published by The American Film Institute c.1993
- Hangman's Whip, St. James Theatre, February 24, 1933, IBDb.com; accessed August 5, 2015.
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1931-40 published by The American Film Institute, c. 1993
- White Woman on Internet Movie Database
- White Woman at the TCM Movie Database
- White Woman at AllMovie
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