Girl Loves Boy (1937)

Passed   |    |  Drama, Romance


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Bob Conrad is the playboy son of town squire Charles Conrad. Much against his dad's wishes, Bob falls in love with Dorothy McCarthy, the daughter of penniless widow Mrs. McCarthy. At the ... See full summary »


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2 September 2019 | boblipton
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| A Mangled Print
Cecilia Parker is the elder daughter of a poor but fiercely independent widow, Dorothy Peterson. Imhof tries to help out Miss Parker with an offer to pay for her music lessons, but she turns him down. He also cuts his son off without a penny and forces him to work for his friend Otto Hoffman, the owner of the local dry goods store for $3 a week, in hopes that toiling for his living will give him some character. Miss Parker loves Linden and he her, but she will not accept his attempts at kindness to her and her family.

It's a well-told story, or might be. There seem too be missing scenes, and some scenes out of order that convince me that the film was badly edited by Edward Schroeder, or the print was mangled some time between the film's initial release and the copy I looked at. It would not be the first time such a thing has happened. As it is, it is filled with good performances and some good scenes.

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Genres

Drama | Romance

Details

Release Date:

27 March 1937

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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