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Overview

Relations between Dr. 'Brad' Bradford and ex-wife Paula are surprisingly romantic. They divorced because Brad hated being dragged into murder mysteries, to which mystery writer Paula is addicted. But through horse trainer Mike North, Brad is embroiled in the case of a jockey who died of "heart failure" during a race. As they pursue clues, Paula pursues Brad for remarriage, and assorted hoods pursue the Bradfords.

  1. Stephen Roberts

    Director

  2. Anthony Veiller

    Writer

  3. James Edward Grant

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. William Powell

    William Powell

    Dr. Lawrence Bradford

  2. Jean Arthur

    Jean Arthur

    Paula Bradford

  3. James Gleason

    James Gleason

    Inspector Corrigan

  4. Eric Blore

    Eric Blore

    Stokes, Bradford's Butler

  5. Robert Armstrong

    Robert Armstrong

    Nick Martel (bookie)

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The Ex-Mrs. Bradford
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford

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Status Released

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  • May 13, 1936
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 22m

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