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Ann Carver's Profession (1933) DVD

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Ann Carver's Profession (1933)


Edward Buzzell


Robert Riskin


Fay Wray, Gene Raymond, Claire Dodd
In this melodrama a superb female lawyer finds that her success has emasculated her husband, a rather average architect, who runs away from home and career to become a nightclub singer and save some shred of manly dignity. While working at the club, he falls in love with an alcoholic, self-destructive patron. When she dies during a binge, he ends up accused of killing her. Fortunately, the court-appointed defense is a superb female lawyer, and in a corny, histrionic speech she manages to convince the jury that he is really innocent.

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  1. FAY WRAY AT HER BEST 5 Star Review

    Posted by on May 30th 2015

    A very enjoyable film with a great performance by the beautiful Fay Wray. Excellent print quality.

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