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  1. Anna Karenina

    Anna Karenina (1935)


    Anna Karenina is a 1935 film adaptation of the novel Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy and directed by Clarence Brown. The film stars Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Basil Rathbone and Maureen O'Sullivan. There are several other film adaptations of the novel.

  2. The Crime Patrol

    The Crime Patrol (1936)


    The Crime Patrol is a 1936 American film directed by Eugene Cummings.

  3. Blondie Johnson

    Blondie Johnson (1933)


    Blondie Johnson is a 1933 Warner Bros. drama film directed by Ray Enright. It stars Chester Morris and Joan Blondell.

  4. Four Wives

    Four Wives (1939)


    Four Wives is a 1939 film starring Priscilla Lane and two of her sisters, features Gale Page, Claude Rains, Eddie Albert, and John Garfield, and was directed by Michael Curtiz. The movie is a sequel to Four Daughters (1938), and was followed by Four Mothers (1941).

  5. Play-Girl

    Play-Girl (1932)


    Play-Girl is a 1932 romantic drama film starring Winnie Lightner, Loretta Young, and Norman Foster. A young woman marries a professional gambler.

  6. Forbidden

    Forbidden (1932)


    Forbidden is a 1932 American melodrama film directed by Frank Capra and starring Barbara Stanwyck, Adolphe Menjou, and Ralph Bellamy. Based on the novel Back Street by Fannie Hurst, with a screenplay by Jo Swerling, the film is about a young librarian who falls in love with a married man while on a sea cruise.

  7. The Lady of Scandal

    The Lady of Scandal (1930)


    The Lady of Scandal is a 1930 American film directed by Sidney Franklin based on a play by Frederick Lonsdale and starring Ruth Chatterton, Basil Rathbone and Ralph Forbes. A British actress becomes involved with a member of an aristocratic family, who try desperately to thwart the match.

  8. The Charge of the Light Brigade

    The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)


    The Charge of the Light Brigade is a 1936 American historical adventure film made by Warner Bros. It was directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Samuel Bischoff, with Hal B. Wallis as executive producer, from a screenplay by Michael Jacoby and Rowland Leigh, from a story by Michael Jacoby based on the poem The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson. The music score was by Max Steiner and the cinematography by Sol Polito. Scenes were shot at the following California locations: Lone Pine, Sherwood Lake, Lasky Mesa, Chatsworth and Sonora. The Sierra Nevada mountains were used for the Khyber Pass scenes.

  9. Made for Each Other

    Made for Each Other (1939)


    Made for Each Other is a 1939 drama film directed by John Cromwell and produced by David O. Selznick. The picture stars Carole Lombard and James Stewart as a couple who get married after only knowing each other very briefly.

  10. Golden Boy

    Golden Boy (1939)


    Golden Boy is a 1939 black-and-white Columbia Pictures drama film based on the Clifford Odets play of the same name. It features William Holden in his film debut, the role that made him a star: a promising violinist who wants to be a boxer. Barbara Stanwyck plays his love interest. The supporting cast included Lee J. Cobb (in an unusual role as the bewhiskered Italian immigrant father of Holden's character) and Adolphe Menjou.

  11. Morning Glory

    Morning Glory (1933)


    Morning Glory is a 1933 pre-Code American drama film which tells the story of an eager but naive would-be actress and her journey to stardom. The picture stars Katharine Hepburn, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and Adolphe Menjou, was adapted by Howard J. Green from a then not yet stage produced play with the same name by Zoë Akins, and was directed by Lowell Sherman. Katharine Hepburn won her first Academy Award for Best Actress for this movie.

  12. City Girl

    City Girl (1930)


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  13. Three on a Match

    Three on a Match (1932)


    Three on a Match is a 1932 American pre-Code crime drama released by Warner Bros. The film was directed by Mervyn LeRoy and stars Joan Blondell, Ann Dvorak and Bette Davis. The film also features Warren William, Lyle Talbot, Humphrey Bogart (in his first tough-guy role), Allen Jenkins and Edward Arnold.

  14. Faithless

    Faithless (1932)


    Faithless is a 1932 American romantic drama film about a spoiled socialite who learns a sharp lesson when she loses all her money during the Great Depression.

  15. Dust Be My Destiny

    Dust Be My Destiny (1939)


    Dust Be My Destiny is a drama film released in 1939. John Garfield stars as a man who gets into trouble after being sentenced to a work farm.

  16. The Painted Veil

    The Painted Veil (1934)


    The Painted Veil is a 1934 American drama film directed by Ryszard Bolesławski and starring Greta Garbo. The film was produced by Hunt Stromberg for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Based on the 1925 novel The Painted Veil by W. Somerset Maugham, with a screenplay by John Meehan, Salka Viertel, and Edith Fitzgerald, the film is about a woman who accompanies her new husband to China while he conducts medical research. Feeling neglected by her husband, the woman soon falls in love with a handsome diplomatic attaché. The film score was by Herbert Stothart, the cinematography by William H. Daniels, the art direction by Cedric Gibbons, and the costume design by Adrian. The film earned $1,658,000 at the box office.

  17. Dishonored

    Dishonored (1931)


    Dishonored is a 1931 Pre-Code romantic spy film made by Paramount Pictures. It was co-written (with Daniel N. Rubin), directed and edited by Josef von Sternberg. The costume design was by Travis Banton.

  18. A Woman Rebels

    A Woman Rebels (1936)


    A Woman Rebels is a 1936 RKO film adapted from the novel Portrait of a Rebel by Netta Syrett and starring Katharine Hepburn as Pamela Thistlewaite, who rebels against the social mores of Victorian England. The film was directed by Mark Sandrich, was the film debut of Van Heflin, and the final film of David Manners.

  19. The Miracle Woman

    The Miracle Woman (1931)


    The Miracle Woman is a 1931 American drama film directed by Frank Capra and starring Barbara Stanwyck, David Manners, and Sam Hardy. Based on the play Bless You Sister by John Meehan and Robert Riskin, the film is about a preacher's daughter who becomes disillusioned by the mistreatment of her dying father by his church. Having grown cynical about religion, she teams up with a con man and performs fake miracles for profit. The love and trust of a blind man, however, restores her faith in God and her fellow man. The Miracle Woman was the second of five film collaborations between Capra with Stanwyck. Produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures, the film was reportedly inspired by the life of Aimee Semple McPherson.

  20. The Crusades

    The Crusades (1935)


    The Crusades is a 1935 American historical adventure film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille, and originally released by Paramount Pictures. It stars Loretta Young as Berengaria of Navarre and Henry Wilcoxon as Richard I of England. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Victor Milner) as well as for Best Foreign Film at the Venice Film Festival in 1935.

  21. Tail Spin

    Tail Spin (1939)


    Tail Spin is a 1939 aviation film starring Alice Faye, Constance Bennett, Nancy Kelly, Joan Davis, Charles Farrell, and Jane Wyman. The screenplay was written by Frank Wead and directed by Roy Del Ruth. It was based on the book, "Women with Wings: A novel of the modern day aviatrix" (Ganesha Publishing, 1935), authored by Genevieve Haugen, who was also an advisor and stunt pilot in the film.

  22. Mata Hari

    Mata Hari (1931)


    Mata Hari is a 1931 American Pre-Code film loosely based on the life of Mata Hari, an exotic dancer/courtesan executed for espionage during World War I. The film stars Greta Garbo in the title role. The film is credited with popularizing the legend of Mata Hari.

  23. Having Wonderful Time

    Having Wonderful Time (1938)


    Having Wonderful Time is a 1938 romantic comedy film released by RKO Radio Pictures.

  24. Yes, My Darling Daughter

    Yes, My Darling Daughter (1939)


    Yes, My Darling Daughter is a 1939 American drama film directed by William Keighley and starring Priscilla Lane. Ellen Murray (Priscilla Lane) is a young woman is determined to spend a weekend with her lover, Douglas Hall (Jeffrey Lynn) before he takes off to Europe for his new job.

  25. Night World

    Night World (1932)


    Night World (1932) is a pre-Code drama film featuring Lew Ayres, Mae Clarke, and Boris Karloff. The supporting cast includes Hedda Hopper and George Raft.

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