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The Right to Romance (1933)

Passed  -  Drama | Romance  -  17 November 1933 (USA)
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Dr "Peggy" Simmons, a successful and respected plastic surgeon, encounters job stress beyond her control. Lacking a social side to her harried life and desperately seeking romance, she ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Ann Harding ...
Dr. Margaret Simmons
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Bobby Preble
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Dr. Helmuth Heppling
Sari Maritza ...
Lee Joyce
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Dr. Beck
Helen Freeman ...
Mrs. Preble
Stephen Chase ...
Bunny Allen (as Alden Chase)
Delmar Watson ...
Bill
Louise Carter ...
First Face Lift Patient
Bramwell Fletcher ...
Man with the Maceys
Patricia O'Brien ...
Eve Lane
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Dr "Peggy" Simmons, a successful and respected plastic surgeon, encounters job stress beyond her control. Lacking a social side to her harried life and desperately seeking romance, she travels to a beach-side resort for some R&R and becomes reacquainted with Bobby Preble, a devil-may-care playboy. They fall madly in love; but Peggy resists her temptations and soon returns to the many needy patients that rely on her unique talents. Preble follows, and nuptials soon follow. Will these two, being from different worlds and having dissimilar life outlooks, make their marriage work? Will old beaus intervene? Written by mbrindell

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William Gargan was listed as a cast member in a contemporary Hollywood Reporter article, but he was not seen in the movie. See more »

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Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride)
(1850) (uncredited)
from "Lohengrin"
Written by Richard Wagner
Played for the wedding
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good film, but not anywhere as good as, "Double Harness"
5 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You must see, "Double Harness"-1933, to appreciate how GREAT an actress Ms. Harding was!... i thought lots of comments were posted on the film site,or her biography site, butijust checked, and most were gone;what happened to them?

I thought there were at least 5 posts saying what great heights Ms. Harding's subtle performance achieved! She had been nominated for Academy award in 1930 for, "Holiday". Marie Dressler won that year for "Min, and Bill"- a great performance,too!This movie,"Holiday", was remade with Katherine Hepburn, and Cary Grant in 1938. This was a great comedy... but sadly the Harding movie is almost in total disrepair at the Library of Congress. You must see Double Harness!!!!!!!!!!


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