Love From A Stranger (April 18, 1937)

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Love From a Stranger
 

Released on April 18, 1937: Carol wins a fortune in the Fench Lottery, and the wealthy woman falls in love with a handsome man with a mysterious past.

Produced by Max Schach

Directed by Rowland V. Lee

The Actors: Ann Harding (Carol Howard), Basil Rathbone (Gerald Lovell), Binnie Hale (Kate Meadows), Bruce Seton (Ronald Bruce), Jean Cadell (Aunt Lou), Bryan Powley (Doctor Gribble), Joan Hickson (Emmy the maid), Donald Calthrop (Hobson the servant), Eugene Leahy (Mr. Tuttle, Carol's boss)

 

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Never Trust a Man with Beautiful Manners

So this day-dreaming woman buys lottery tickets while her hard-working fiancé buckles down to get established in a good business so they can be married. Never mind that her fiancé scolds her about wasting her hard earned money on lottery tickets, . . . she wins a great fortune, enough to last several lifetimes, and her world turns upside down in the best way possible . . . maybe . . .

Of course, her fiancé cannot handle a girlfriend that has the money, so they quarrel and he stomps out with his pride and his new job, but nothing else.

Meanwhile, back at the flat, a suave, smooth-talking fellow with beautiful manners wants to sub-let her flat when she leaves for a holiday in Paris. He learns of her wealth immediately and turns up the charm. He follows her to Paris and despite the fact that Carol's girlfriend doesn't like him, now wealthy Carol falls head-over-heels for this smooth-talking handsome man.

After some great party times in Paris, Carol is in her magnificent hotel suite when her old fiancé calls her, and since he is downstairs in the lobby, he comes up to speak with her. He tells her how foolish he was in leaving her, and could they get back together again.

Not only that, but Carol’s old boyfriend tells her that he has investigated this smooth-talking man and discovered that much of what he said about his background is false, and he should not be trusted. Before he can tell Carol about the mysterious man’s background, the man with the beautiful manners walks into the room. Carol looks sadly at her old fiancé and informs him that she and Gerald, the smooth-talking rascal, were just married. Carol regards all of her old fiancé’s remarks to jealousy over her good fortune at finding the wonderful Gerald.

Wealthy and married Carol will soon arrive at the very edge of destruction, and may not survive. Carol will buy her new husband a magnificent mansion in the country, and when she arrives she learns that he has ordered her and the staff to never, ever, ever go into the basement. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ann Harding
Ann Harding
Ann Harding and Basil Rathbone
Ann Harding and Basil Rathbone
Ann Harding and Binnie Hale
Ann Harding and Binnie Hale
Ann Harding and Joan Hickson
Ann Harding and Joan Hickson
Ann Harding
Ann Harding
Ann Harding and Basil Rathbone
Ann Harding and Basil Rathbone
Ann Harding
Ann Harding
Basil Rathbone
Basil Rathbone
Binnie Hale
Binnie Hale
Binnie Hale and Ann Harding
Binnie Hale and Ann Harding
Binnie Hale and Ann Harding
Binnie Hale and Ann Harding
Binnie Hale
Binnie Hale
Bruce Seton
Bruce Seton
Bruce Seton
Bruce Seton
Bryan Powley and Basil Rathbone
Bryan Powley and Basil Rathbone
Donald Calthrop
Donald Calthrop
Eugene Leahy
Eugene Leahy
Jean Cadell
Jean Cadell