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Faithless (1932) was a Drama Film directed by Harry Beaumont .

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Day 16 – Hannibal, Missouri + Faithless (1932)

By Beatrice on Aug 1, 2018 From Flickers in Time

Becky Thatcher, Tom Sawyer and friend. We spent a fun couple of hours in Hannibal where every other business has been named after Mark Twain. ?After reading Life on the Mississippi I love him even more than before. I?ve been watching plenty of movies on TCM but seldom without interruption and alm... Read full article

Faithless (1932) (1)

By Angela on Nov 12, 2011 From Hollywood Revue

Before the stock market crash of 1929, Carol Morgan (Tallulah Bankhead) was living the high life as the daughter of a successful banker.? But when the stock market crashes, Carol refuses to scale down her extravagant lifestyle and is in complete denial that things could get tough for her, too.? Her ... Read full article

Faithless (1932) (2)

By shadowsandsatin on Sep 11, 2011 From Shadows and Satin

Faithless, directed by Harry Beaumont and released by MGM in 1932, has one thing going for it right off the bat:? it stars Robert Montgomery who, for me, is one of the best things about the pre-Code era. Here, Montgomery is teamed with Tallulah Bankhead, on loan from Paramount in what would be her l... Read full article

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[last lines]
Carol Morgan: Sausages! Sausages! Sausages!

[first lines]
Mr. Ledyard: [on the telephone] But Carol, this bank is your guardian. We're living in 1932, but you persist in spending money as if it were still '29, before the crash. You've forced me to eliminate your charities - even your father's most beloved project - the Morgan Home for Girls.
Carol Morgan: [lounging on her silk sheets] Fine. I don't believe in delinquent girls - silly weaklings.
Mr. Ledyard: But our records show that twenty-nine percent of them went on the street because they didn't have a bed to sleep in.
Carol Morgan: Oh, nonsense. They've just no character. Neglect your character and you lose your self-respect. Go out into the streets and you end up in the gutter - where I might add, you jolly well deserve to end up.

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