|Directed by||Alan Crosland|
|Screenplay by||Barry Trivers|
|Produced by|| Stanley Bergerman |
Lou L. Ostrow
|Starring|| Alice Brady |
|Edited by||Murray Seldeen|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Lady Tubbs is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Alan Crosland and written by Barry Trivers. The film stars Alice Brady, Douglass Montgomery, Anita Louise, Alan Mowbray, June Clayworth and Hedda Hopper. The film was released on July 2, 1935, by Universal Pictures.   
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