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A Lost Lady (1934)

A Lost Lady
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Directed by
Phil Rosen Phil Rosen


Starring (View all)
Frank Morgan Frank Morgan
Forrester
Ricardo Cortez Ricardo Cortez
Ellinger
Henry Kolker Henry Kolker
John Ormsby


Written by (View all)
Willa Cather Willa Cather
(novel)
Gene Markey Gene Markey
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5 months, 3 weeks ago at Apr 29 15:57
Little Stanwyck precode (she's so spoiled, in those days standards, by Frank Morgan), with some modernism in it: Ricardo Cortez lands in his palne on her garden.
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Description: Two days before Marian and Ned are to be married, he is killed by the husband of a woman he was seeing on the side. Marian becomes withdrawn and they send her to the Canadian Rockies for rest. While on a walk, she accidentally falls off a ledge and twists her ankle. She is found and rescued by Dan Forrester and his dog Sandy. He visits Marian every day even though she is still bitter. When it is time to go, he asks her to marry him and she accepts even though she will never love again. Back home in Chicago, Dan dotes on Marian and even builds a house in the country for his 'perfect wife'. Everything is going well until Marian me ... (more)
Release date: 29 September 1934
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fernando posted a review 5 months, 3 weeks ago

“Little Stanwyck precode (she's so spoiled, in those days standards, by Frank Morgan), with some modernism in it: Ricardo Cortez lands in his palne on her garden.” read more

fernando rated this 5/10 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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