Tag Archives: Ann Harding

Gregory La Cava – Gallant Lady (1933)

Unwed mother gives up baby for adoption and hopes to get it back when the adoptive mother dies. Read More »

Michael Curtiz – Mission to Moscow (1943)

Probably the most notorious of the handful of pro-Soviet films produced by various Hollywood studios in 1943–44, going out of its way to defend the Soviet Union in every imaginable way: justifying the show trials of 1937, claiming that Finland acted as an aggressor in the Winter War of 1939, etc. Worth seeing for its historical importance, but not without some entertainment value, too, mainly thanks to Michael Curtiz’s direction and Walter Huston’s manic performance as the former Soviet ambassador Joseph E. Davies. Read More »

Edward H. Griffith – Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935)

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PLOT SUMMARY
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Robert Montgomery is an editor for a magazine and he has convinced the owner to finance a scheme. Montgomery wants to convince a bohemian artist (Ann Harding) to write her supposedly scandalous autobiography to boost the magazine’s sales… Read More »