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THE LADY EVE (1941)

THE LADY EVE <span>(1941)</span> artwork

THE LADY EVE (1941)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 90

Release dates 01/12/2004

BBFCInsight very mild innuendo, scenes of smoking

Genre(s) Comedy

Director(s) Preston Sturges

Cast includes Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Charles Coburn, Eugene Pallette, William Demarest, Eric Blore, Melville Cooper, Martha O'Driscoll, Janet Beecher, Robert Greig, Dora Clement, Luis Alberni, Robert Warwick

Summary THE LADY EVE is a comedy, from 1941, in which a wealthy heir becomes the target of con artists.

Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.

BBFCinsight publication date 19/12/2018

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

THE LADY EVE is a comedy, from 1941, in which a wealthy heir becomes the target of con artists.

Sex

There is some very mild innuendo, such as a woman inviting a man to go to bed with her and asking 'Do you like any of the rest of me?'. There are references to flirting and a scene in which a man pulls a woman's skirt down.

Smoking

There are scenes in which people smoke cigarettes.

There is a comic scene in which a woman screams in fright when she finds a snake in a ship cabin.

Details

Title
THE LADY EVE
Year
1941
Formats
Cinema, DVD
Distributor(s)
Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd,Paramount Film Service Ltd,BFI Films
Classified date(s)
19/12/2018
Main language
English
BBFC reference
AZF020090

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