|Appointment for Love 1941 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: William A. Seiter
Cast: Charles Boyer, Margaret Sullavan, Rita Johnson, Eugene Pallette, Ruth Terry, Reginald Denny, Cecil Kellaway, J.M. Kerrigan, Gus Schilling, Virginia Brissac, Anne Nagel, Mary Gordon, James Bush, Romaine Callender, Tristram Coffin
Newlyweds Andre (Charles Boyer) and Jane (Margaret Sullavan) live in separate apartments during some harried moments early in their marriage. Their busy schedules are worked out by film's end, and it appears that they will live happily ever after.
|Victory 1940 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: John Cromwell
Cast: Fredric March, Cedric Hardwicke, Betty Field, Jerome Cowan, Sig Ruman, Margaret Wycherly, Fritz Feld, Rafaela Ottiano, Lionel Royce, Chester Gan, Alan Ladd, Edward Fielding, Roger Imhof, Francis Pierlot, Romaine Callender
A loner, Hendrik Heyst (Fredric March), finds his life on a small island is disrupted by the intrusion of unexpected "guests" in this film version of a Joseph Conrad tale. Hendrik meets showgirl Alma (Betty Field) who is marooned, and he falls in love with her. Meanwhile, an evil trio–Mr. Jones (Cedric Hardwicke), Martin Ricardo (Jerome Cowan), and Pedro (Lionel Royce)–believe that Hendrik has hidden a fortune on the island, and they set out to kill him and take the money. And the cat-and-mouse game begins.
|1. Appointment for Love (1941)|
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