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The Crash (1932)

TV-G | | Drama | 9 October 1932 (USA)
Rich couple loses their fortune in stock market crash.

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Cast

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Linda Gault
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Geoffrey Gault
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Marcia Peterson
Barbara Leonard ...
Celeste
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Ronnie Sanderson
Henry Kolker ...
John Fair
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Arthur Pringle
Ivan F. Simpson ...
Hodge (as Ivan Simpson)
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Rich couple loses their fortune in stock market crash.

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A Derrocada  »

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Although the story takes place primarily in October 1929, and immediately thereafter, all of Linda Gault's clothes are from 1932 (styles changed dramatically during those three years). See more »

Quotes

Linda Gault: Hello?
Telephone Operator: The party wishes to reverse the charges. It will be 24 dollars and 75 cents for the first 3 minutes and 8 dollars for...
Linda Gault: Who is it?
Telephone Operator: Mr. Gault calling. Yes. Alright. Start talking please.
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Bermuda
(1932) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Linda is talking to the turtle
Also played when Linda and Ronnie first meet
Also played in Ronnie's hotel room
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Who knew such decadence?
19 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very high rating from me because of the baldness with which husband pimps wife and wife accepts same. Nobody does FEMALE better than Ruth Chatterton (with that of course the name of probably her most famous flick, and a must-see), and here she does it as tour-de-force - even making me doublecheck her age - she is passed off as "young" in the movie while at least 39, but she does the femme so well, I did need to review. Anway, the amoral way in which Ruth and George attack the early scenes is truly delicious. Sure, the movie finally adheres to convention, but not until after 45 minutes of such elegant pouting and flirting. And Ruth is never an object, always the center of her universe, casually creating and destroying per the whim of the moment. She has never let me down - I wonder if her later alcoholism was a way for her to hold onto just how good and memorable she is? George Brent (blank slate Irish immigrant that he was)is a good foil to her in this tailor-made role.


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