Warren William stars with Bette Davis in Satan Met a Lady (1936), the second film adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon. Background of the film and stars in the time surrounding this movie. Attempting to distance this much maligned title from the 1941 film classic.
Despite a scene to forget with The Yacht Club Boys, Stage Struck offers Warren William his best non-detective role at Warner Brothers since pre-code times. Starring Dick Powell and Joan Blondell.
A review of Times Square Playboy (1936), which pits the Main Street ideals of Pig Head Bancroft (Gene Lockhart) against the Wall Street lifestyle of his old friend Vic Arnold (Warren William). Based on the George M. Cohan play The Home Towners.