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Two Against the World (1932) was a Drama Film directed by Archie Mayo and produced by Lucien Hubbard.

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REMAKE AVENUE: Five Star Final, 1931 and Two Against the World, 1936

on Jun 22, 2020 From Caftan Woman

Mythologized, demonized, revered, and lampooned, the gentlemen of the press make for good copy. From real-life crusader Nellie Bly who became as famous as her exposes to the fictional Charles Foster Kane who thought it would be fun to run a newspaper, audiences are as fascinated with the purveyors o... Read full article

The Helen Vinson Film Festival: "Two Against the World" and "Grand Slam"

By David on Sep 5, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

"How veddy good of you to cahm!" Of all the actors and actresses who appeared in 1930s movies, Helen Vinson (1907-99) was certainly one of them. Born Helen Rulfs in Beaumont, Texas, Vinson was the daughter of an oil company executive and grew up on a country estate. She attended the University of ... Read full article

Two Against the World / The Case of Mrs. Pembroke / One Fatal Hour – 1936

By Bogart Fan on May 25, 2013 From The Bogie Film Blog

Note:? The film reviewed for this entry was the TCM version, One Fatal Hour, which is about seven or eight minutes shorter than the original theatrical release of Two Against the World. My Review —Pretty Good— Your Bogie?Fix: ?out of?5 Bogies! Director ? William C. McGann The Lowdown? Wh... Read full article

Two Against the World (1932)

By Lindsey on Jan 2, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

(Image: lizislazy @ tumblr) Adell Hamilton (Constance Bennett), the youngest daughter of the Hamilton family, finds herself attracted to a lawyer named David Norton (Neil Hamilton). But their romance is no walk in the park. David is eventually assigned as the prosecutor in a murder case of which Ade... Read full article

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There are conflicting writing sources for this movie: The Motion Picture Guide lists the source as the play, "A Dangerous Set", while the AFI Catalogue lists only a story, "The Higher-Ups", by the same authors. The onscreen credit says it was a play, but no title is specified, and no information about the play has been found.
Louise Carter is listed in studio records as a cast member for the role of "Mrs. Polansky", but Sarah Padden played that role. Leila Bennett is also in studio records as "The Bootlegger", but she did not appear in the movie.
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