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Mae West in the trailer for I'm no Angel.
I'm no Angel (1933)
West sings the song "They Call Me Sister Honky Tonk" which includes the line: "I got the face of a saint, on the level it ain't paint." [00:06:35]
In Goin' to Town (1935) she asks, "You mean this title stuff is on the level? It's genuine?" [00:53:18]

I'm No Angel (1933). Director: Wesley Ruggles Writers: Mae West (story), Mae West. Mae West, Cary Grant, Gregory Ratoff, Edward Arnold, Ralf Harolde, Kent Taylor, Gertrude Michael, Russell Hopton, Dorothy Peterson, William B. Davidson, Gertrude Howard, Libby Taylor. USA, English, 87 min. Mono, Black and White.
Goin' to Town (1935). Directed by Alexander Hall, written by Marion Morgan and George B. Dowell. Mae West, Paul Cavanagh, Gilbert Emery, Marjorie Gateson, Tito Coral, Ivan Lebedeff, Fred Kohler, Monroe Owsley, Grant Withers, Luis Alberni, Lucio Villegas, Mona Rico, Wade Boteler, Harvey, Joe Frye. USA, English, 74 min. Mono, Black and White.

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