A girl from an impoverished family is jilted by her rich fiance, whose father doesn't approve. She decides to take revenge against them, and determines to let nothing or no one stop her from getting to the top.
Henpecked Mr. Winkle is only too happy to go to war when he's drafted. Later his nagging wife and his neighbors are astonished when he returns home as a decorated war hero.Written by
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Edward G. Robinson gives up his job to pursue his dream
Edward G. Robinson plays a man who gives up his job in the bank to pursue his dream. The only trouble is that he is married and his wife doesn't like the idea. He has no children, but he's adopted a boy who shares his passion.
This is one of Robinson's milder roles that shows his range and sensitivity. It's not necessarily a good film, but I like the idea that he has a dream that he's willing to give up his job for. Some people are sacked from their job because they pursue their dream during work time.
There are no co-stars in the film, and it plods along providing encouragement for civilians who were enlisted into the army at the time this film was released.
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