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A screenplay by Sidney Sutherland,totally fails the likes of Kay Francis,Bruce Cabot,Helen Mack,Jerome Cowan,Mary Gordon & others.A good "Divorce"?Is any divorce worth it?This one ?I fell asleep after a minute.When I woke up,I fell asleep near the end.The 2nd time I watched ,always looking for Kay Francis,who was sadly more than boring.Director William Nigh could have made it better,if he had not fell asleep himself?.A cat fight between Helen Mack & (more beautiful) Kay could have happened?It could have livened things up?Or Bruce Cabot getting beat up by Helen Mack & Mary Gordon & the kids?Maybe?.(This is one of 3 Monogram films that Kay Francis was associated with.It may also be one of her worst films-or worst ever)?
Loved this movie-Divorce
- Erika Bacote
The movie was so politically incorrect from the moment it started it was awesome. I watch these movies from a purist's standpoint and love that they had no shame in what they said about race, war and the empathy of the wife done wrong.
This may be the worst movie I have ever seen...
Casting flaw doomed this one ...
Interesting little quicky of a movie, but wholly unbelievable on various levels, the foremost of which being that ANY man would ditch the wholesome yet alluring Helen Mack for Kay Francis. Had Kay Francis (who also produced with her husband) not put herself in that role, it possibly could have risen above an at-times cheesy script and hit some poignant notes. As it was, the short run time combined with the aforementioned implausibility of choosing Francis over Mack made this more a PSA against divorce than any sort of believable dramatic experience.