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From the first moment wisecracking Vantine (Harlow) takes refuge on the plantation run by Carson (Gable), he sizes her up as an easy mark for his virile charm. But when a research engineer (Gene Raymond) and his elegant wife, Barbara (Mary Astor), appear on the scene, Carson falls hard for the beautiful Barbara, discarding Vantine as nothing more than a "cute little trick." The steamy rivalry between the women soon boils into a jealous rage - with violent consequences. Oscar-«-winning Best Director Victor Fleming (Gone with the Wind, 1939) deftly orchestrates the script's tense drama and hilarious erotic comedy, helping Gable and Harlow turn Red Dust into pure gold.
Saw this movie first as a boy on TV, at the time I couldn't believe that a big star like Jean Harlow would have to take the dirty boots off Clark Gable what an indignity. Read morePublished 8 months ago by BRIAN VERNON
I thought this was a awesome movie!!!!! The chinese guy was hilarious!!!!! I really thought their on screen chemistry was very real & easy to belive. Read morePublished on June 2 2003 by Katie
"Red Dust" is a classic early 1930's drama filled with plenty of steamy sexual tension and barbed dialogue that would never have got by the censors later in that decade. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2002 by Simon Davis
Red Dust made Clark Gable a household name and gave Jean Harlow the opportunity to display her comedic talents. This is Harlow's best film! Read morePublished on Feb. 19 2001 by nymph_150
Hot, muggy, sultry....and that just describes the stars, let alone the jungle setting. Harlow pines and poses for Gable while he chases his surveyor's wife (Mary Astor). Read morePublished on June 23 2000 by William R. Ray