Artikelnummer 6646


Directed by Gregory La Cava Edna May Oliver as Sarah Austin Hugh Herbert as Joe Austin Dorothy Lee as Alice Austin Russell Gleason as Larry Owens John Harron as Bill Hepburn Charles Sellon as Biddle George Davis as Vincentini Robert Emmett Keane as Phelps Maude Fealy as Miss Teasdale Louise Mackintosh as Mrs. Cassandra 'Cassie' Palfrey Lita Chevret as Party guest Rochelle Hudson as Joan Ivan Lebedeff as The Count Adolphe Menjou as Captain Geoffrey Roberts Lili Damita as Alva Sangrito Laurence Olivier as Lieutenant Ned Nichols Erich Von Stroheim as Colonel Victor Sangrito Hugh Herbert as McNellis Frederick Kerr as General Thomas Armstrong Blanche Friderici as Lady Alice Jean Del Val as Marquis Henri De Pezanne Vadim Uraneff as Ivanoff Directed by Victor Schertzinger Written by Wallace Smith


Sarah Austin runs a boarding house during the Depression, always on the verge of bankruptcy. Her husband Joe  is a shiftless person who has never understood the concept of work; he is constantly involving them in get-rich-quick schemes. Their daughter Alice has her eyes set on poor young inventor Larry Owens, but her mother wishes she would become involved with Bill Hepburn, seemingly from a well-connected family. Sarah's illusions about Bill, however, are dashed when Bill kidnaps Joe, whom he mistakes for Mr. Pennypacker. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 71 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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British Army captain Geoff Roberts carries on an affair with Alva, the wife of the cruel Victor Sangrito. Sangrito, however, is well aware of the affair, as he uses his beautiful wife to lure men into romance with her, then blackmails them to save their careers. When Roberts falls into Sangrito's trap, he pays the blackmail and leaves for India, hoping to forget Alva, whom he loved, but now believes betrayed him. After some time in India, he is joined by his young friend and bosom companion Lt. Ned Nichols. Nichols, too, is in love with a woman back in England — the same woman. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 67 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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