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Age of Indiscretion

Age of Indiscretion(1935)

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  • Lenhart Vs Lenhart

    • Rama Rao
    • 3/14/13

    Helen Vinson plays as an unfaithful woman married to Robert Lenhart (Paul Lukas), the book publisher. A fight for the custody of their only son Bill Lenhart (David Holt) is the main theme of the Lenore Coffee's story scripted by Otis Garret and Leon Gordon: May Robson and Madge Evans offer splendid performances in the supporting roles. When Robert Lenhart asks his wife, Eve to be careful about spending; she refuses and walks out on him with her boyfriend Felix Shaw and later marries him. Emma Shaw (May Robson), the new mother-in-law of Eve meets her son Bill and encourages Eve to sue Robert for custody. In the meantime Robert's business gets better, and his friendship with his secretary, Maxine Bennett played Madge Evans, grows into a healthy relationship. Paul Lukas does his job wonderfully in the number one spot. His dedication to his family and his good friendship with Maxine is wonderful. She is very understanding not to hurt the father-son relationship. This is a great movie and fun to watch.

  • pretty good!

    • Anne
    • 1/30/13

    I just caught part of this movie and really enjoyed it. Movies from the 30's aren't very good but this one was enjoyable. A man and his son were staying at wonderful cottage in the winter. He was recovering from the fact that his wife had walked out on him. The young boy was very friendly and playful.An older woman comes onto the hill where the boy is sledding and she tells him how good she was at sledding and she goes down this huge hill with him and the woman learns that she loves the boy and sets up aplan to get posession of him.IF TCM PLAYS THE MOVIE ON TV THEN WHY ISN'T IT AVAILABLE TO BUY????

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