Release dateJuly 1934 (1934-07) Based onstory "Fur Coats"
by Ann Garrick and Ethel Hill WriterManuel Seff (screen play), Ann Garrick (story), Ethel Hill (story) CastAline MacMahon (Bertha Krasnoff), Paul Kelly (Tim O'Hara), Ann Dvorak (Marguerite Gilbert), Dorothy Tree (Ilka), Helen Lowell (Tillie), Henry O'Neill (George Richards) Similar moviesAll Ladies Do It, The Voyeur, The Key, Zandalee, Jamon Jamon, The Boy Next Door
Side Streets, also known in the UK as A Woman in Her Thirties, is a 1934 American pre-Code romantic melodrama film starring Aline MacMahon and Paul Kelly. The screenplay concerns a spinster who hires, then marries, a destitute sailor who is not always faithful.
The New York Times film critic Mordaunt Hall panned Side Streets, calling it "one of those wearying examples of writing down to what the studio believes to be the intelligence level of certain cinema audiences." However, he note that "Miss MacMahon and Mr. Kelly do all that is possible with their thankless roles. Ann Dvorak and Helen Lowell also make the most of their scant opportunities."