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Love Bound, or Murder on the High Seas (March 1, 1932)

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Natalie Moorhead
 

Released on March 1, 1932: (running time 1 hour) A wealthy young man plots revenge on the gold digging woman who broke up his parents' marriage.

Directed by Robert F. Hill

The Actors: Jack Mulhall (Dick Randolph, posing as Dick Rowland), Natalie Moorhead (Verna Wilson, alias Vera Wendall), Clara Kimball Young (Mrs. Jane Randolph), Edmund Breese (J.B. 'Lucky' Morrison), Tom Ricketts (the Baron), Alice Day (Claudia Elliott), William V. Mong (Mr. Howell, Verna's lawyer), Montagu Love (John Randolph), Richard Alexander (Larry, the Randolph chauffeur, posing as J.B. Lucky Morrison), Roy D'Arcy (Juan de Leon), Lynton Brent (Jimmy Wilson), Sidney Bracey (Spriggins), Gordon De Main (Flynn, private eye), Robert F. Hill (ship passenger)

 
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The Millionaire, the Gold Digger, and the Murdering Mobster

One of my favorite lines to open a movie about gold diggers is, “Half of the women in New York are working women, and the other half are working men.” Since the beginning of time there have been women who specialize in tantalizing and tempting wealthy men for the sole purpose of taking their money. “Gold Diggers” is the term used most often in classic movies to describe these women. Some wealthy men, fully understanding the motives of these women, enjoy the attention of the gold digging beauties and even encourage them. Some do not.

Platinum blonde actress Natalie Moorhead is Verna Wilson, and as our adventure opens, we discover that she has just accused a wealthy man of having an affair with her and won a fortune in a court settlement. The accusation is false, but the jurors take one look at the beautiful blonde and assume that because they would have an affair with her, he probably did also.

The wealthy man’s wife cannot handle the public scandal, and will leave her husband of thirty years, but the wealthy man’s son comes to his aid, knowing that the woman is a con-artist gold digger only after money. The son is determined to clear his father’s name, and get revenge on the gold digging blonde. When he discovers that she is boarding a ship headed for Europe, he plans his revenge. He and his chauffeur will board the same steamship and plot their own trap for the blackmailing beauty.

The chauffeur will pretend to be ‘Lucky’ Morrison, a wealthy oil man, and the son will pretend to be the wealthy man’s aide. On board the ship, they have no problem getting the attention of the platinum playgirl, and all is going well in their attempt to turn the tables on the scheming siren. They are playing her game of love, laughter and larceny even better than she is, and victory is within reach, until the gunshot. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Clara Kimball Young
Clara Kimball Young
Jack Mulhall
Jack Mulhall
Jack Mulhall and Montagu Love
Jack Mulhall and Montagu Love
Jack Mulhall, Natalie Moorhead, Richard Alexander
Jack Mulhall, Natalie Moorhead, Richard Alexander
Jack ulhall and Richard Alexander
Jack ulhall and Richard Alexander
Jack Mulhall
Jack Mulhall
Lynton Brent
Lynton Brent
Lynton Brent and Jack Mulhall
Lynton Brent and Jack Mulhall
Lynton Brent and Roy D'Arcy
Lynton Brent and Roy D'Arcy
Lynton Brent
Lynton Brent
Montagu Love
Montagu Love
Montagu Love
Montagu Love
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead and Roy D'Arcy
Natalie Moorhead and Roy D'Arcy
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Richard Alexander and Natalie Moorhead
Richard Alexander and Natalie Moorhead
Roy D'Arcy
Roy D'Arcy
Roy D'Arcy and Natalie Moorhead
Roy D'Arcy and Natalie Moorhead
Roy D'Arcy and Natalie Moorhead
Roy D'Arcy and Natalie Moorhead
Roy D'Arcy
Roy D'Arcy
Tom Ricketts
Tom Ricketts
Tom Ricketts and Sidney Bracey
Tom Ricketts and Sidney Bracey
William V. Mong
William V. Mong
William V. Mong and Roy D'Arcy
William V. Mong and Roy D'Arcy