|Always Goodbye 1938 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Sidney Lanfield
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Herbert Marshall, Ian Hunter, Cesar Romero, Lynn Bari, Binnie Barnes, Mary Forbes, Albert Conti, Franklin Pangborn, Ben Welden, Marcelle Corday, Eddie Conrad, Johnny Russell, Rita Gould, Robert Lowery
In this remake of "Gallant Lady," Barbara Stanwyck plays the sacrificing mother Margot Weston who, with help from Dr. Jim Howard (Herbert Marshall), gives up her child for adoption. The baby is placed in Phil Marshall's (Ian Hunter) home, and promises are made that the child will never know who his real mother is. Years later, Margot is in Europe where Count Giovanni Corini (Cesar Romero) woos her, and she meets her young son Roddy (Johnny Russell). Corini, Margot, and Roddy travel on the same ship back to America. Roddy's adoptive mother has died, and Phil is now engaged to Jessica (Lynn Bari). Margot does not approve of Jessica, and problems ensue.
|The Bride Wore Red 1937 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Dorothy Arzner
Cast: Joan Crawford, Franchot Tone, Robert Young, Billie Burke, Reginald Owen, George Zucco, Dickie Moore, Frank Puglia, Mary Philips, Lynne Carver, Paul Porcasi, Ann Rutherford, Rita Gould, Jean Lewis, Adriana Caselotti
Count Giulio (Franchot Tone) offers struggling singer Anni (Joan Crawford) a two-week odyssey at a luxury resort where she hopes to spend her time finding a wealthy husband. Although she is attracted to wealthy Rudi (Robert Young), Anni realizes that her true love is the postman Giulio (Franchot Tone) and must decide between money or love.
|Girls' Dormitory 1936 N/R, 66 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Irving Cummings
Cast: Herbert Marshall, Ruth Chatterton, Simone Simon, Constance Collier, J. Edward Bromberg, Dixie Dunbar, John Qualen, Shirley Deane, Tyrone Power, Frank Reicher, George Hassell, Lynne Berkeley, June Storey, Christian Rub, Rita Gould
Marie (Simone Simon) is a student at a Swiss finishing school who falls in love with headmaster Dr. Stephen Dominik (Herbert Marshall). Marie writes a love letter, and Professor Anna Mathe (Ruth Chatterton) finds it in the trash and shows it to Stephen. When confronted with the letter, Marie tells Anna that it was written to an imaginary lover. Anna has been secretly in love with Stephen for years, and many problems lie ahead before Stephen marries. By story's end, will he marry Anna or Marie?
|1. Always Goodbye (1938)|
2. The Bride Wore Red (1937)
3. Girls' Dormitory (1936)
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