SKU 6623


Directed by William Wyler Written by Elmer Rice Produced by Carl Laemmle, Jr. Starring John Barrymore Cinematography Norbert Brodine Edited by Daniel Mandell John Barrymore as George Simon Bebe Daniels as Regina Gordon Doris Kenyon as Cora Simon Isabel Jewell as Bessie Green Melvyn Douglas as Roy Darwin Onslow Stevens as John Tedesco Thelma Todd as Lillian La Rue Mayo Methot as Zedorah Chapman Vincent Sherman as Harry Becker Richard Quine as Richard Dwight, Jr. John Qualen as Johan Breitstein Angela Jacobs as Goldie Directed by William A. Wellman Written by Samuel Ornitz (story) Ben Grauman Kohn Oliver H.P. Garrett William B. Jutte Produced by David O. Selznick Starring Wallace Beery Florence Vidor Warner Oland Jack Oakie


The story focuses on several days in a critical juncture in the life of George Simon, who rose from his humble roots in a poor Jewish ghetto on the Lower East Side of Manhattan to become a shrewd, highly successful attorney. Earlier in his career, he allowed a guilty client to perjure himself on the witness stand, because he believed the man could be rehabilitated if freed. Rival lawyer Francis Clark Baird has learned about the incident and is threatening to expose George, which will lead to his disbarment. The possibility of a public scandal horrifies his socialite wife Cora, who plans to flee to Europe with Roy Darwin. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 81 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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Joan Fry, a society woman, falls in love with Chuck Riley, the leader of a powerful gang in Chinatown, and he quickly drags her down into the depths with him. But seeing her so much in love with him causes him to realize he is in love with her, and he determines to lift her up again. "Boston" Charley, the rival gang-leader, has other plans.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 78 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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