Forsaking All Others (1934)

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Dill leaves Mary standing at the altar in order to marry his old flame, Connie, instead. Knowing that Mary still has feelings for Dill, Jeff keeps quiet about his own love for her.


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  • "Forsaking All Others," Clark Gable and Joan Crawford. 1933 MGM
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Forsaking All Others (1934)
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Forsaking All Others (1934)
  • Joan Crawford in Forsaking All Others (1934)
  • Joan Crawford and Robert Montgomery in Forsaking All Others (1934)
  • Joan Crawford and Robert Montgomery in Forsaking All Others (1934)

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24 March 2002 | Jim Tritten
8
| Good solid fun
A better than average comedy that certainly entertains. Plot is believable and somewhat unusual. Clark Gable returns from Madrid (we are not told what he was doing there nor really what anyone does for a living) in order to propose to Joan Crawford. Clark has secretly loved Joan since they were children but in his absence, Joan has agreed to marry Robert Montgomery who she has loved since they were children. Enter the old flame, Frances Drake, who whisks Montgomery away on the eve of his nuptial leaving Crawford standing at the alter. The marriage does not work and soon Crawford steps out with Montgomery on the side. Gable criticizes and consoles Crawford eventually making plans to return to Spain. Good performances by Crawford (opening shot with cream on her face is in contrast to other stars who preferred glamorous introductions), Montgomery (he really is funny), Gable, Billie Burke (who can do "flustered" any better), Rosalind Russell (does well in one of her early films) and a very droll Charles Butterworth. I never thought Frances Drake was believable as the lower class wife but this can easily be overlooked. Recommended as an evenings good entertainment.

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