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Hello Sister

Begun by Erich von Stroheim under the title Walking Down Broadway, this 1933 film was taken away from him and extensively reshot by Alfred Werker; nonetheless, the first half of the film is fairly close to Stroheim's intention, and it stands as his last confirmed directorial work, as well as his only confrontation with sound. James Dunn and Boots Mallory star as a couple threatened by the sexual jealousy of an echt Stroheim figure—a psychotic spinster played by ZaSu Pitts.


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