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Ladies They Talk About is a 1933 Pre-Code women in prison film about a woman sent to San Quentin. Based on the play Women in Prison by Dorothy Mackaye and Carlton Miles, the film stars Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster, and Lillian Roth. Nan Taylor (Stanwyck) is accused of helping her friends rob a bank. Reform-minded David Slade (Foster) falls in love with her and gets her released. However, when she confesses that she is guilty, he has her imprisoned. Inside, she meets fellow inmates Linda (Roth), "Sister Susie" (Dorothy Burgess) and Aunt Maggie (Maude Eburne), and prison matron Noonan (Ruth Donnelly). Unlike most films of the women in prison genre, her fellow inmates are criminals with no innocents in prison by mistake. Taylor gets involved in a prison escape, has a year added to her sentence, and goes gunning for revenge when she is released. The New York Times said "When a reformer and a dashing female bank bandit fall in love, their home life may be somewhat as illustrated in the...
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