侬本多情原名：She Done Him Wrong，
New York singer and nightclub owner Lady Lou has more men friends than you can imagine, unfortunately one of them is a vicious criminal who's escaped and is on the way to see "his" girl, not realizing she hasn't exactly been faithful in his absence. Help is at hand in the form of young Captain Cummings, a local temperance league leader, though.
发布于1933年。由洛威·舍曼执导，并且由编剧Harvey F. Thew、John Bright携幕后团队创作。集众多位梅·韦斯特、加里·格兰特等著名实力派明星加盟。并于1933-02-09(美国)公映的电影。
She Done Him Wrong (1933), from director Lowell Sherman, is Mae West s star-making, most famous film role as a liberated, racy woman who enjoys her sexuality - as a character named Lady Diamond Lou. The Naughty/Gay Nineties character was a recreation of her 1928 Diamond Lil Broadway stage play (and its bejeweled title character). Credits for its screenplay are given to Harvey Thew, John Bright and Mae West herself. The box-office smash film for Paramount Pictures, given a different title than Diamond Lil to disassociate itself from the toured, scandalous play during part of 1929, was shot in approximately three weeks (including rehearsal time). Its single Academy Award nomination was for Best Picture, but it lost to Cavalcade. (It was the only Mae West film ever to be nominated.) The famous film, featuring West s first starring role (she had appeared in a supporting cameo role in Night After Night (1932) with George Raft), is filled with lots of clever innuendo, witty one-liners, and bold carnality, as she spouts irreverent one-liners (the oft-misquoted Why don t you come up sometime n see me? ), seduces a unspecified mission worker/undercover cop (Cary Grant), and sings bawdy songs (including Frankie and Johnny, I Like A Guy What Takes His Time, and Easy Rider). It has been generally claimed that this film and West s other 1933 picture, I m No Angel (1933), both helped to spur the coming of stricter enforcement by the Hays Production Code one year later, and the development of the Catholic Legion of Decency. The film s criminal subplot about white slavery and counterfeiting was confusing due to the Hays Office s demands to rid the film of references to white slavery, although odd fragments remain. The tagline of one of the film s posters confirmed the film s dangerous sentiment: Mae West gives a HOT TIME to the Nation.