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My Past (1931)

Approved | | Drama, Romance | 14 May 1931 (USA)
Young man and an older man fall for a stage actress.

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Miss Doree Macy
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Mr. John Thornley
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Marion Moore
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Young man and an older man fall for a stage actress.

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Mary Nolan was initially set to star, but was pulled from production due to negative publicity. See more »

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Miss Macy is shown inscribing a book near the center of a page, but when the page shown close-up, it is in the corner. See more »

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Get Happy
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Music by Harold Arlen
Played as background music during the last yacht voyage
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two business guys fall in love with actress
15 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Interesting movie for 1931 at best. better Hollywood productions were out the, Acting leaves a bit to be desire. The movie has a very slow and tedious start. One has to admit that the sound quality was pretty compare to others movies of that period. The film quality is also very good. I am not sure if it is because I saw it on Time Warner Classic (TMC) and they may have done some restoration of the original print. Either way the quality is very nice for a movie from that period. Bebe Daniels does her usual fast acting and speech delivery gig. But her acting is also as usual, very average for that era. Overall I will say that this movie is worth watching.


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