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Let's Try Again (1934)

Passed | | Drama | 6 July 1934 (USA)
A husband and wife find themselves attracted to others and decide to dissolve their 10-year marriage.

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Complete credited cast:
Diana Wynyard ...
Alice Overton
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Dr. Jack Overton
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Ann (Credits) / Nan Blake
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Marge Phelps
Theodore Newton ...
Paul Milburn
Arthur Hoyt ...
Phillips, the Butler
Henry Kolker ...
Mr. Blake
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Oscar Apfel ...
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Steffi Duna ...
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William H. Strauss ...
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A husband and wife find themselves attracted to others and decide to dissolve their 10-year marriage.

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6 July 1934 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Sour Grapes  »

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$183,000 (USA)
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(RCA Victor System)

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1.37 : 1
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Dr. Jack Overton: It would be easy for me to make love to you - if, I knew, you knew, I didn't mean it.
Alice Overton: What?
Dr. Jack Overton: And it might amuse you to make love to me - if, you knew, I knew, you didn't mean it.
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Think of it as an interesting antique.
16 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

Despite the silliness of the plot, the movie is worth a look simply for the 30's set styles. Also of interest is the actors' speech patterns and ridiculous accents ("oh, let's do try again!"). After 1930 when "talkies" came out, actors were required to take diction classes. This movie has all the makings of a "good" film - for its day: "upper class" characters (those silly rich people), beautiful sets (this was The Depression and most Americans had humble homes), and, of course, "sexual tension" (as sexually tense as it could be in 1934).


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