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Ann Carver's Profession (1933)





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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.


Claire Dodd
as Carole Rodgers
Fay Wray
as Ann Carver
Gene Raymond
as Bill Graham
Frank Albertson
as Jim Thompson
Claude Gillingwater
as Judge Bingham
Robert H. Barrat
as Mr. Simmons
Edward Keane
as Mr. Harrison
David Newell
as Adjutant
Frank Reicher
as The General
Diane Bori
as Irma Chappelle
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Awful sexist junk.

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