Strictly Dishonorable


Strictly Dishonorable

"Strictly Dishonorable" can refer to:

"Strictly Dishonorable" (play) - a 1929 Broadway hit written by Preston Sturges

"Strictly Dishonorable" (1931 film) - the first film adaptation of the play, starring Paul Lukas and Sidney Fox

"Strictly Dishonorable" (1951 film) - the second film adaptation of the play, with music, starring Ezio Pinza and Janet Leigh


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