Tag Archives: Dorothy Arzner
Merrily We Go to Hell (1932) Dorothy Arzner, Sylvia Sidney, Fredric March, Adrianne Allen, Comedy, Drama, Romance
The Bride Wore Red (1937) Dorothy Arzner, Joan Crawford, Franchot Tone, Robert Young, Comedy, Drama, Romance
Christopher Strong (1933) Dorothy Arzner, Katharine Hepburn, Colin Clive, Billie Burke, Drama, Romance
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) Dorothy Arzner, Roy Del Ruth, Maureen O’Hara, Louis Hayward, Lucille Ball, Comedy, Drama, Musical
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937) Richard Boleslawski, Dorothy Arzner, Robert Montgomery, Joan Crawford, William Powell, Comedy, Drama
Mrs. Fay Cheyney, a rich American widow, insinuates herself into London society. Two men in particular – middle-aged Lord Kelton and Lord Arthur Dilling, a young playboy – pursue her. All are present at a large weekend house party, and though both men press their suit, Fay seems to favor Kelton. Then Dilling sees Fay’s butler lurking in the gardens, recognizes him as a jewel thief who was apprehended in Monte Carlo, and realizes that Fay is probably after the hostess’s pearls. Fay does get hold of the pearls – but before she can pass them to her accomplice, Dilling gets hold of her.
Nana (Anna Sten) is a young woman who dreams of success in the entertainment world. For this reason he works tirelessly in Paris. One day he has a stroke of luck, and admirer decides to create a musical revue where Nana is the only star. This will launch to fame, and soon finds himself surrounded by numerous fans, who are eager to meet her in person. Among his admirers are veteran Grand Duke Alexis, and a young gallant who is soon starting a romance. But the older brother of his mistress also walks in love with Nana, and jealousy get in his way. The Grand Duke learns Nana’s relationship with the young lieutenant, and intended him to a dangerous site in Algeria. Nana, desperate and depressed by the Grand Duke, leaving the show and takes refuge in the arms of the elder brother of her former lover. Some time later, he returns to Algeria to fight the Prussians.