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

Woman Against the World (1938) DVD-R

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Starring Alice Moore, Edgar Edwards, Ralph Forbes, Collette Lyons, Sylvia Welsh

Directed by David Selman



Print: black/white

Runtime: 66 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



 


Silent-film leading man Ralph Forbes is given another shot at a starring role in the low-budget talkie Woman Against the World. Forbes plays kindly attorney Larry Steele, who champions the cause of distraught young mother Anna Masters (Alice Moore). When her baby is snatched away from her by her domineering aunt (Ethel Reese-Burns), Anna accidentally kills the old lady and is carted off to jail. While behind bars, Anna secures the services of a seedy detective agency to locate her missing child, leading to even more trouble for the beleagured heroine. Having been absent from the proceedings for several reels, lawyer Steele endeavors to see that justice is done in the climactic footage. Woman Against the World was written by Edgar Edwards, who shows up briefly on screen as Anna Masters' ill-fated husband.

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Starring Alice Moore, Edgar Edwards, Ralph Forbes, Collette Lyons, Sylvia Welsh
Directed by David Selman

Print: black/white
Runtime: 66 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

 

Silent-film leading man Ralph Forbes is given another shot at a starring role in the low-budget talkie Woman Against the World. Forbes plays kindly attorney Larry Steele, who champions the cause of distraught young mother Anna Masters (Alice Moore). When her baby is snatched away from her by her domineering aunt (Ethel Reese-Burns), Anna accidentally kills the old lady and is carted off to jail. While behind bars, Anna secures the services of a seedy detective agency to locate her missing child, leading to even more trouble for the beleagured heroine. Having been absent from the proceedings for several reels, lawyer Steele endeavors to see that justice is done in the climactic footage. Woman Against the World was written by Edgar Edwards, who shows up briefly on screen as Anna Masters' ill-fated husband.

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