That Certain Woman - (Original Trailer)
A gangster's widow (Bette Davis) fights for love despite society's disapproval in That Certain Woman (1937) co-starring Henry Fonda.
That Certain Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Nice Day For The Ducks
Ian Hunter is lawyer Rogers, intervening to stop creepy reporter Whitaker (Hugh OConnell) from printing a story about the personal history of his much valued secretary Mary (Bette Davis), when his friend, and her would-be boyfriend, Henry Fonda as playboy Jack, turns up, early in That Certain Woman, 1937.
That Certain Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I Was Trying To Make You Famous
Writer-Director Edmund Goulding opens his remake of his 1929 Gloria Swanson picture, directing Bette Davis for the first time as Mary Donnell, Mary Phillips her friend, Norman Willis accompanying them on a secret errand, craven reporter Whitaker (Hugh OConnell) spying, in That Certain Woman, 1937, co-starring Henry Fonda.
That Certain Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I've Done A Lot With Polo Ponies
Henry Fonda as footloose Jack, heir to his fathers fortune, at the end of an evening of trying to persuade Mary (Bette Davis) to marry him, turned down but not giving up, then seeking advice from his friend, her employer Lloyd (Ian Hunter), who begins to explain, in That Certain Woman, 1937.
That Certain Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Of Course It Hurts
Better than an hour into proceedings, the first appearance for third-billed Anita Louise as Flip, the gracious disabled society-girl wife of Jack (Henry Fonda, not seen) visiting Bette Davis as his first wife, their marriage annulled, who just told him about their son, in writer-director Edmund Gouldings That Certain Woman, 1937.