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Constance Dane
Franz Roberti
Johnny Lawrence
Prof. Talma
Marx
Miss Wilson
Sylvia
Pazzini
Elise
Schubert
Dici Smith-Lennox
Phyllis






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Based on a story by
Director of Photography
Art Direction by
Associate Art Director
Film Editing by
Sound Recordist
Musical Score
Costume Design by
Makeup Artist
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Katharine Hepburn
Charles Boyer
John Beal
Jean Hersholt
Sam Hardy
Inez Courtney
Helene Millard
Ferdinand Gottschalk
Susan Fleming
Lee Kohlmar
Jean Howard
Anne Grey,
Inez Palange,
Jason Robards,
Egon Brecher and
Dick Elliot


Name

Philip Moeller
Pandro S. Berman
Sarah Y. Mason,
Victor Heerman,
Anthony Veiller
Lester Cohen
Robert De Grasse
Van Nest Polglase
Carroll Clark
William Hamilton
John Tribby
Max Steiner
Bernhard Newman
Mel Burns
Edward Killy
Jane Loring


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Film data

RKO Radio Pictures
78 minutes
Produced: February 2-March 25, 1935
Filmed on location at Wilshire Ebell Theater - Los Angeles - California - USA
Premiere: May 6, 1935


Synopsis

The passionate Franz Roberti, a rich and eminent musical conductor, marries Constance Dane, an aspiring, yet poor and unknown composer. A blissful relationship exists for a short period until Constance discovers that Roberti is seeing another woman. She leaves him, only to be pursued by a clean-cut young man named Johnny Lawrence, who want to take her away from it all.


Critics' reviews

Time - 1935
"Still performing as the heroine of Little Women, Miss Hepburn makes it clear that unless her employers see fit to restore her to roles in keeping with her mannerisms, these will presently annoy cinemaddicts into forgetting that she is really an actress of great promise and considerable style."

Graham Greene - The Spectator - September 13, 1935
"The two actors are talented enough to keep some of our interest even in a story of this kind: indeed, Miss Hepburn always makes her young women quite horrifyingly lifelike with their girlish intuitions, their intensity, their ideals which destroy the edge of human pleasure."


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