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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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The Higher-Ups  »

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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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Corinne Walton: Bob!
Miss Adele 'Dell' Hamilton: Now, where's he going?
Corinne Walton: He's going over to have it out with Vic.
Miss Adele 'Dell' Hamilton: What's his number?
Corinne Walton: University 4-1-6-1.
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Eating Beans at the Stork Club
7 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With an Odd Title and an Even Odder Ending, This Entertaining Poke at the Snobbish Elite Who Go About Their Detached, Uncaring, Whimsical Ways in the Throes of the Great Depression and Much Human Suffering is Average or Slightly Above.

Constance Bennett's Natural Acting is in Full Command and the Supporting Cast Lead by Neil Hamilton are OK. The Film is Professionally Handled and the Social Concerns of the Time are Given Appropriate Due.

But, there Isn't Anything Outstanding Here and it's Kind of Pedestrian and the Ending is Out to Lunch at the Diner Eating Beans. However, Fans of Bennett and Early Talking Cinema Might Want to Check This One Out. Just Don't Expect Any Great Shakes. Pass the Ketchup.


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