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Letty Lynton (1932) DVD

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Letty Lynton (1932)


 Clarence Brown


 Marie Belloc Lowndes (novel), John Meehan


 Joan Crawford, Robert Montgomery, Nils Asther 
Based on a novel by Marie Belloc Lowndes, this drama chronicles the tangled web woven by a poisonous New York socialite who tires all her means to escape the unwanted attentions of a would-be lover before resorting to murder. Joan Crawford stars as the title character whose travails begin during a South American vacation after she meets the handsome Emile (Nils Asther). For her own amusement, she dallies with him and even writes him a few passionate letters before boredom overtakes her and she decides to return to the Big Apple--without her new lover. Unfortunately, Emile has become obsessed with her and to force he to stay threatens to use her impassioned letters to socially embarrass her back home. This only increases her icy determination to return home. On the long cruise northward, she meets and falls in love with Robert Montgomery and they get engaged. Crawford has no idea that Emile has taken a plane to New York so he can greet her at the dock. He then begins stalking her and constantly threatening her with those damning letters until she decides she has had enough and puts a permanent end to his badgering. Unfortunately, her action is not without repercussions and ultimately, she must put her trust in her fiance and her mother with whom she has been emotionally estranged.

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  1. a lost Joan Crawford film 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jun 26th 2023

    this film is from 1932. Due to copywright litigations, this film never had a theatrical re-release, and it, supposedly, was NEVER shown on television. Thus, this is a must for Joan Crawford fans. The film is, as you might guess, overly melodramatic, especially the acting by Crawford and Nils Aster, and the dialogue is stilted, corny, and obsolete. But it's a hoot; very campy, so it is certainly worthwhile for, as said before, Crawford fans, and lovers of the old, old dated films. Again, this film has never been shown on TV, as far as I know

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