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Veiled Aristocrats (1932)

 -  Drama  -  February 1932 (USA)
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A young woman plans to marry, but her mother and brother--a lawyer--don't like her prospective husband and scheme to prevent the marriage.

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Cast overview:
Lucille Lewis ...
Rena Walden
Walter Fleming ...
John Walden
Laura Bowman ...
Molly Walden
Lawrence Chenault ...
Judge Straight
Lorenzo Tucker ...
John Warwick
Carl Mahon ...
Frank Fowler
Barrington Guy ...
George Tryon
Willor Lee Guilford ...
Miss Waring
Bernardine Mason ...
Singer
Aurora Edwards ...
Cook
Mabel Garrett ...
Maid
Arnold Wiley ...
Driver
A.B. DeComathiere
Kathleen Noisette ...
(as Katherine Noisette)
Donald Heywood
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A young woman plans to marry, but her mother and brother--a lawyer--don't like her prospective husband and scheme to prevent the marriage.

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A trailer and fragments from two reels survive in the Library of Congress. The rest is believed lost. See more »

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Followed by Ten Minutes to Live (1932) See more »

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The 48 Year Old Oscar Micheaux
27 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Having read the book and watched the film, I can definitely say that Micheaux is exploring Alfred Hitchcock and Cecil B. DeMille territory here by adapting a novel into a film. Unlike the novels that Hitchcock and DeMille adapted, this novel tells a story from a black perspective. Actually, in comparison with DeMille and Hitchcock adaptations of the early 1930's, I think this film worked quite well.


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