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Ann Carver's Profession (1933) + The Lady Objects (1938) DVD-R

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Get the original film, Ann Carver's Profession (1933), and The Lady Objects (1938), for 20% off their individual prices!

Ann Carver's Profession (1933)

Starring Fay Wray, Gene Raymond, Claire Dodd, Arthur Pierson, Claude 
Gillingwater
Directed by Edward Buzzell

Print: black/white
Runtime: 71 min.
Genre: drama


After graduation from Hampden University, Bill "Lightning" Graham, a 
football star, and Ann Carver, who just passed her bar exam, marry. 
Instead of pursuing a career in law, Ann takes on the role of housewife, 
while Bill is employed as a draftman. When Ann is asked to take on a 
highly profiled legal case, she accepts, and wins. She becomes an 
overnight success and a media darling. Meanwhile, Bill's career is 
stagnate and Ann is supporting him financially causing the couple to 
spend less time together. Bill decides to take a job at "Club Mirador" to 
make more money. Carole Rogers, a sexy alcoholic singer at the club is 
taken by Bill's good-looks, voice and physic. She makes a pass at him 
when Ann walks into the club leaving Ann with the impression that Bill is 
cheating on her. After Ann's accusations, Bill moves out. Carole knowing 
this, comes to Bill's apartment to seduce him. He rejects her and leaves. 
Carole becomes drunk and falls over his sofa catching her necklace on it 
and chokes to death. Bill is accused of murdering Carole and Ann decides 
to defend him.


The Lady Objects (1938)

Starring Gloria Stuart, Lanny Ross, Joan Marsh, Roy Benson, Robert Paige
Directed by Erle C. Kenton

Print: black/white
Runtime: 68 min.
Genre: drama


In this drama, a former college football hero and his college sweetheart 
get married. Marital turmoil ensues as her criminal law practice soars 
while he cannot get his career as an architect off the ground. They 
separate, and the man begins making extra money by singing in a 
nightclub. When he is unjustly accused of murder, it is his estranged wife 
who saves him. A tearful reconciliation ensues, but can the marriage be 
saved? Songs include the Oscar nominated "A Mist Over the Moon", 
"That Week in Paris", "Home in Your Arms", "When You're in the Room", 
"Sky High", "Naughty, Naughty", and "Victory Song".

Get the original film, Ann Carver's Profession (1933), and The Lady Objects (1938), for 20% off their individual prices!

Ann Carver's Profession (1933)

Starring Fay Wray, Gene Raymond, Claire Dodd, Arthur Pierson, Claude 
Gillingwater
Directed by Edward Buzzell

Print: black/white
Runtime: 71 min.
Genre: drama


After graduation from Hampden University, Bill "Lightning" Graham, a 
football star, and Ann Carver, who just passed her bar exam, marry. 
Instead of pursuing a career in law, Ann takes on the role of housewife, 
while Bill is employed as a draftman. When Ann is asked to take on a 
highly profiled legal case, she accepts, and wins. She becomes an 
overnight success and a media darling. Meanwhile, Bill's career is 
stagnate and Ann is supporting him financially causing the couple to 
spend less time together. Bill decides to take a job at "Club Mirador" to 
make more money. Carole Rogers, a sexy alcoholic singer at the club is 
taken by Bill's good-looks, voice and physic. She makes a pass at him 
when Ann walks into the club leaving Ann with the impression that Bill is 
cheating on her. After Ann's accusations, Bill moves out. Carole knowing 
this, comes to Bill's apartment to seduce him. He rejects her and leaves. 
Carole becomes drunk and falls over his sofa catching her necklace on it 
and chokes to death. Bill is accused of murdering Carole and Ann decides 
to defend him.


The Lady Objects (1938)

Starring Gloria Stuart, Lanny Ross, Joan Marsh, Roy Benson, Robert Paige
Directed by Erle C. Kenton

Print: black/white
Runtime: 68 min.
Genre: drama


In this drama, a former college football hero and his college sweetheart 
get married. Marital turmoil ensues as her criminal law practice soars 
while he cannot get his career as an architect off the ground. They 
separate, and the man begins making extra money by singing in a 
nightclub. When he is unjustly accused of murder, it is his estranged wife 
who saves him. A tearful reconciliation ensues, but can the marriage be 
saved? Songs include the Oscar nominated "A Mist Over the Moon", 
"That Week in Paris", "Home in Your Arms", "When You're in the Room", 
"Sky High", "Naughty, Naughty", and "Victory Song".

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