Loose women. Unscrupulous heels. Adulterous husbands. Unfaithful wives. Pre-Code Hollywood had them all, with most sins going unpunished. "Forbidden Hollywood: Volume 7" shines the spotlight on four of the era's most scandalous sizzlers.
The Hatchet Man (1932) A Tong executioner (Edward G. Robinson) allows his wife (Loretta Young) to run off with a gangster only to learn she's been sold into prostitution.
Skyscraper Souls (1932) A financier (Warren William) stops at nothing to gain control of a 100-story office building and a "naive" Maureen O'Sullivan.
Employees' Entrance (1933) A tyrannical department store manager (Warren William) chases after profits and Loretta Young.
Ex-Lady (1933) An artist (Bette Davis) who doesn't believe in marriage reluctantly weds her lover (Gene Raymond) only to discover he's seeing another woman. .
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