The Dark Angel Overview:

The Dark Angel (1935) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Sidney Franklin and produced by Samuel Goldwyn.

Academy Awards 1935 --- Ceremony Number 8 (source: AMPAS)

Best ActressMerle OberonNominated
Best Art DirectionRichard DayWon

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The role of Alan Trent was originally intended for Leslie Howard, who was having an affair with Merle Oberon at the time. When the affair ended, Howard dropped out of the production and Fredric March replaced him - much to the disgust of director Sidney Franklin, who thought Oberon wouldn't draw audiences without Howard as her co-star.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on May 8, 1944 with Merle Oberon reprising her film role.
The play opened on Broadway in New York City on 10 February 1925 and closed in April 1925 after 63 performances. The opening night cast included Claud Allister, who is also in the film. The playbill listed Guy Bolton's alternate name, "H.B. Trevelyan," as the author.
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