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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Women Men Marry (1931) DVD-R

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Starring Natalie Moorhead, Sally Blane, Randolph Scott, Kenneth Harlan, Crauford Kent

Directed by Charles Hutchison



Print: black/white

Runtime: 76 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Silent screen serial star Charles Hutchison produced and directed this low-budget marital

drama, which benefitted from one of those icy performances by the platinum blond Natalie

Moorhead. Slinking her way through scores of early talkies, Moorhead — sexy slouch and

all — created havoc whenever she arrived on the screen to drop a haughty remark or two.

Here, she leads naive Sally Blane into almost having an affair with her husband's boss

(Crauford Kent). Almost, but the pert Blane manages to resist the elderly man's dubious

charms. Blane's equally naive hubby, Randolph Scott, at first believes that it is the brash

Moorhead who's having the affair, but a valuable bracelet on his wife's arm convinces him

otherwise. There is a confrontation and the proverbial shot in the dark. Both Blane and Scott

assume the other shot the amourous Kent, but the shooter proves to be Moorhead's hot-

headed husband Kenneth Harlan. She's having a tryst all right, but with someone named

Perky, not Kent. The latter, who apparently wasn't having an affair with anybody, recovers

from his gunshot wound and everyone lives happily ever after — with their original spouses.

Perhaps screenwriter John Francis Natteford could follow the needlessly complicated plot

of this cheap potboiler, but nobody else could.

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Women Men Marry (1931) DVD-R

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Starring Natalie Moorhead, Sally Blane, Randolph Scott, Kenneth Harlan, Crauford Kent
Directed by Charles Hutchison

Print: black/white
Runtime: 76 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Silent screen serial star Charles Hutchison produced and directed this low-budget marital
drama, which benefitted from one of those icy performances by the platinum blond Natalie
Moorhead. Slinking her way through scores of early talkies, Moorhead — sexy slouch and
all — created havoc whenever she arrived on the screen to drop a haughty remark or two.
Here, she leads naive Sally Blane into almost having an affair with her husband's boss
(Crauford Kent). Almost, but the pert Blane manages to resist the elderly man's dubious
charms. Blane's equally naive hubby, Randolph Scott, at first believes that it is the brash
Moorhead who's having the affair, but a valuable bracelet on his wife's arm convinces him
otherwise. There is a confrontation and the proverbial shot in the dark. Both Blane and Scott
assume the other shot the amourous Kent, but the shooter proves to be Moorhead's hot-
headed husband Kenneth Harlan. She's having a tryst all right, but with someone named
Perky, not Kent. The latter, who apparently wasn't having an affair with anybody, recovers
from his gunshot wound and everyone lives happily ever after — with their original spouses.
Perhaps screenwriter John Francis Natteford could follow the needlessly complicated plot
of this cheap potboiler, but nobody else could.

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