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Lovers Courageous (1932)

Passed  -  Drama | Romance  -  23 January 1932 (USA)
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Englishman and family black sheep travels the world working odd jobs while dreaming of being a playwright. He meets an admiral's daughter and they fall in love, but he's poor and she's ... See full summary »

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Willie
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Mary
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Jeffrey
Frederick Kerr ...
Admiral
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Jimmy
Beryl Mercer ...
Mrs. Smith
Evelyn Hall ...
Lady Blayne
Halliwell Hobbes ...
Mr. Smith
Jackie Searl ...
Willie as a Child
Norman Phillips Jr. ...
Walter as a Child
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Englishman and family black sheep travels the world working odd jobs while dreaming of being a playwright. He meets an admiral's daughter and they fall in love, but he's poor and she's engaged to a blustery aristocrat who thinks only of hunting. Will true love prevail? Written by Mig G

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Drama | Romance

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23 January 1932 (USA)  »

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Amor e Coragem  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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The Laurel and Hardy comedy short Beau Hunks (1931) played in front of this film in many theaters during its original theatrical run. See more »

Quotes

Willie: I'd rather a million times that you never belonged to me, than I had you, and lost you.
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Auld Lang Syne
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Traditional Scottish 17th century music
[Played by a band as the ship leaves for England]
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Lover Miscast
17 January 2006 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This screen adaptation of a play by Frederick Lonsdale about a young man who has spent his life wandering about the globe, collecting experience so he can become a playwright -- Robert Montgomery -- and the young aristocrat who marries him and is disinherited for her taking up with a wastrel - Madge Evans -- creaks pretty badly as it goes through its predictable plot twists. Director Robert Z. Leonard and the unnamed screenwriters make some effort at opening up the script, but still wind up having the leads conduct most of their earnest dialogue in two-shots. Also, frankly, Robert Montgomery is miscast. He never quite managed to do accents convincingly and he seems overwhelmed, although he carries out his self-effacing courtship of Miss Evans most charmingly.

Nor do most of the other actors manage to be more than straw men. The two exceptions are -- unsurprisingly -- Beryl Mercer, who made a specialty in kindly, clueless mothers -- her best known role was Lew Ayres' mother in ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT -- and the always delightful Roland Young, who gets to play someone with brains and heart, who comes up with most of the plot twists here.

All in all, not a movie to search out unless you are a fanatic for any of the personnel involved.


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