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I Loved a Woman

Released Sep 23, 1933 1h 30m Drama List
Reviews 38% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings
Young John Hayden (Edward G. Robinson) curtails his art-buying trip to Greece when he receives word that his father, owner of a meatpacking plant, has died. Called back to Chicago, he is put in charge of the family business, where he strives to treat his workers right. But his marriage to social-climbing Martha (Genevieve Tobin) begins to falter, so he romances opera-singing beauty Laura (Kay Francis). Inflamed with jealousy, Martha sets out to destroy the lives of both Laura and John. Read More Read Less

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Steve D Kay is given nothing to do in this miss matched film. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/03/24 Full Review Audience Member This film bit off more than it could chew. At first, the thirty-year time span seemed pioneering for 1932, but as it lumbers on everything becomes routine and boring. It's still worth it to see Robinson, Francis, and the other actors as they appeared in 1932. The plot was not perfect and needed some paring down, and the ending left something to be desired, but this is a film you should see. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/16/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Young John Hayden (Edward G. Robinson) curtails his art-buying trip to Greece when he receives word that his father, owner of a meatpacking plant, has died. Called back to Chicago, he is put in charge of the family business, where he strives to treat his workers right. But his marriage to social-climbing Martha (Genevieve Tobin) begins to falter, so he romances opera-singing beauty Laura (Kay Francis). Inflamed with jealousy, Martha sets out to destroy the lives of both Laura and John.
Director
Alfred E. Green
Screenwriter
Charles Kenyon, Sidney Sutherland
Distributor
Warner Bros.
Production Co
First National Pictures
Genre
Drama
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
Sep 23, 1933, Original
Runtime
1h 30m