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Nana (1934)

 -  Drama  -  1934 (Turkey)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Anna Sten ...
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Colonel André Muffat
Richard Bennett ...
Gaston Greiner
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Satin
Phillips Holmes ...
Lieutenant George Muffat
Muriel Kirkland ...
Mimi
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Bordenave
Helen Freeman ...
Sabine Muffat
Lawrence Grant ...
Grand Duke Alexis
Jessie Ralph ...
Zoe
Ferdinand Gottschalk ...
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Producer Samuel Goldwyn hoped that this film would launch actress Anna Sten as "the next Greta Garbo." In spite of the doubling of the film's budget, however, it was a flop. See more »

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Version of Nana, the True Key of Pleasure (1983) See more »

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That's Love
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
Sung by Anna Sten
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Anna Sten turns in a realistic, fine performance
25 September 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is the first time I've seen Anna Sten in Nana and it's worth every minute of viewing. Of course what comes to mind is the opera La Traviata by Verdi which in turn was based on Alexandre Dumas the younger's novel La Dame aux Camelias, and I daresay the story has been told many times, of ill-fated deception of too many lovers.

Anna, whose spontaneous manner reminded me of Miriam Hopkins' strong style of delivery, is true to life and far more believable than Garbo whose acting came across as stilted. There are traces of Dietrich mannerisms in Anna's facial expressions but her beautiful features are truly awesome, a real beauty that I never tire of seeing.

This is a movie that I can look forward to viewing several times and not get tired of it. Recommended.


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