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Two Against the World (1932)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 3 September 1932 (USA)
A woman from high society must testify in a murder trial prosecuted by her suitor.

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Miss Adele 'Dell' Hamilton
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Mr. David 'Dave' Norton
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Corinne Walton
Allen Vincent ...
Bob Hamilton
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Victor H. 'Vic' Linley
Walter Walker ...
Courtney Hamilton
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Segall, reporter
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George 'Georgie' Walton
Hale Hamilton ...
Mr. Gordon Mitchell
Oscar Apfel ...
District Attorney Howard Mills
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Louise Carter ...
Mrs. Polansky (scenes deleted)
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A woman from high society must testify in a murder trial prosecuted by her suitor.

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Drama | Romance

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Louise Carter is listed in studio records as a cast member for the role of "Mrs. Polansky", but Sarah Padden played that role. Leila Bennett is also in studio records as "The Bootlegger", but she did not appear in the movie. See more »

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Radio Commentator: And that's all the news I could gather from Hollywood, until tomorrow. And now, I want to take you to the Hamilton murder trial... Waiting her turn to take the stand, Dell Hamilton, paler than usual, they say that rouge is upsetting to the jury. Ha-ha-ha... My dears, you should have been in the courtroom today... And, my dear, she had on the sheerest stockings you have ever seen... I caught the glance of a juryman gazing into her Mediterranean blue eyes. Ha-ha-ha...
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Better than you'd think
2 August 2004 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

While Carole Lombard would perfect the dizzy-socialite-gets-social-conscience shtick four years later in "My Man Godfrey," the sadly under-appreciated Constance Bennett does the genre fine in this film. She's matched with a surprisingly effective Neil Hamilton, probably best known to the world as Police Commissioner Gordon, from the "Batman" television series. Both give natural and believable (within the scope of the story) performances.

The payoff verdict will leave you unconvinced (and modern trial lawyers convulsed with laughter), but on the whole the movie is worth watching. Watch for it on Turner Classic Movies.


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