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The Narrow Corner (1933) was a Drama Film directed by Alfred E. Green and produced by Hal B. Wallis.

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The Narrow Corner (1933, Alfred E. Green)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Mar 4, 2018 From The Stop Button

The Narrow Corner runs seventy minutes; it speeds along. Robert Presnell Sr.?s script has somewhat lengthy, complicated scenes where he tries to fit in information. The movie doesn?t need all that information?the subplot about Reginald Owen translating a Portuguese epic poem?because director Green i... Read full article

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Both after the opening and before the ending credits, the following quotation of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - (121-180), Meditations. iii. 10 - is depicted on-screen: "Short, therefore, is man's life; and narrow is the corner of the earth wherein he dwells."
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Also directed by Alfred E. Green

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Also released in 1933

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