Double Harness (1933) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by John Cromwell and produced by Merian C. Cooper and Kenneth Macgowan.
Pre-Code Crazy at the TCM Film Fest: Double Harness (1933)By shadowsandsatin on May 9, 2016 From Shadows and Satin
When I viewed this month?s TCM ?Now Playing? Guide and saw that Double Harness was airing, I knew in a flash that it would be my Pre-Code Crazy pick for May. Not only is it a first-rate pre-Code that?stars two of my favorite performers, but it was also screened at the 2016 Turner Classic Movies Film... Read full article
Men are difficult too! ~ Double Harness (1933)By Google profile on Oct 8, 2009 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. There is the standard misconception that in romantic relationships women are difficult and men are easy. I think this is a load of claptrap. Men are as difficult and depending on the indi... Read full article
"Double Harness" Free on TCMBy KC on Apr 21, 2008 From Classic Movies
The 1933 pre-code soaper Double Harness is available for free viewing on TCM. Starring the always underrated Ann Harding and a typically pitch-perfect William Powell, it's one of the most pleasing current features of the TCM website's Media Room. After you view the flick, check out the huge library ... Read full article
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Joan Colby: Love? Marriage has nothing to do with love. Marriage is a business - at least, it's a woman's business. And love is an emotion. A man doesn't let emotion interfere with *his* business, and if more women would learn not to let emotion interfere with *theirs*, fewer of them would end up in the divorce court.
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This film hadn't been shown for decades and was found in a Merian C. Cooper collection that had been used for television. A 2-1/2-minute sequence that had been cut from the print was located in a French negative discovered in the National Center for Cinematography in France and restored to the print. The brief segment had been cut for television because it indicated that the characters of "Joan Colby" and "John Fletcher" were having pre-marital sex.
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