Chained (1934)

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A mistress of one man has a shipboard romance with another and is torn between both men.



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  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Chained (1934)
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Chained (1934)
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Chained (1934)
  • Joan Crawford and Otto Kruger in Chained (1934)
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Chained (1934)
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Chained (1934)

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Director:

Clarence Brown

Writers:

John Lee Mahin, Edgar Selwyn (story)

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Trivia

While shooting the long dialogue scenes between their characters, Joan Crawford and Clark Gable improvised their own lines, many of which Clarence Brown kept in the final cut of the film.


Quotes

John L. 'Johnnie' Smith: Michael, Michael, drop the housework and see what lottle girls are made of.


Goofs

In the opening scene, Joan Crawford's character, Diane Lovering, is shown sitting in the back of an open-cockpit racing boat, racing across New York harbor for an extended period. We see her get splashed and sprayed on from all different directions. Yet a moment later when the boat docks and Diane steps out, she is completely dry - not a drop of water anywhere on her, and her hair and clothing are perfectly neat.

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Genres

Drama | Romance

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