Ann, a young lady of scandalously "advanced" ideas, has been living in near-sin with blueblood lover Dick, due to her conviction that marriage will destroy their love. Finally, social pressure forces them to marry; in due course, it looks as if Ann was right. Her solution: to separate and return to dating. Can this marriage be saved?
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
14 February 1931 (USA)
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(Brunswick Radios Used Exclusively)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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The radio seen in the Ives' Manhattan townhouse - an obvious product placement with the close-up - is a Brunswick Panatrope model S-31 made by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company of Chicago. It also includes a 78 rpm turntable on top. In good working and cosmetic condition in 2017 it could be worth $250 or more. However, at the time, it was state-of-the-art and quite expensive with a MSRP of $700 ($10,700 in 2017). See more
As Dick and Anne are walking out of the kitchen, about five minutes into the film, a moving shadow of the boom microphone is visible on the wall to the left. See more
Anne Vincent Ives
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Helen 'Duckie' Childers
Innumerable things. Innumerable.
Version of Ex-Lady
Music by Harold Arlen
Background music at the Club Lido See more