Silent Sundays: Madam Satan (1930)

Promotional Poster for Madam Satan, 1930

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13 thoughts on “Silent Sundays: Madam Satan (1930)

    • Well, that is sort of the point, darling, although in this case, it is simply the mild naughtiness of pre-code Hollywood. The “Madame Satan” in question is a costume worn to a masquerade by a wife trying to woo back her cheating husband.

    • Totally agree, Renae. I’ve looked through some of the stills of the film and haven’t found a shot of anything like that, so it may just be the art deco imaginings of the poster artists, but a ghoul can dream, no?

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