The Golden Age of Hollywood

Hot Pepper (1933)


Edmond Lowe & Lupe Velez

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I just happened to watch this film a couple of weeks ago and really enjoyed it. Edmond Lowe and Victor McLaglen were great as friendly enemies, and Lupe Velez as the hotsy-totsy who comes between them. Lots of fun to watch.

I thought it was a pretty fun film as well. Lupe Velez was quite a sexpot. I had a good laugh as she's stripping off her clothes daring Flagg to toss her out. Her dance number was pretty risque for the time as well and the way she would shake her booty. I wouldn't say it's one of the best pre-code films out there but worth it for Lupe Velez alone. :)




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