Anthony Adverse (1936) - (Movie Clip) Your Husband Is Complete Again!
Foppish nobleman Don Luis (Claude Rains) showing young wife Maria (Anita Louise) how he's ready to consummate, she attempts to run off, her boyfriend Denis (Louis Hayward) not helping, in Warner Bros' Anthony Adverse, 1936.
Anthony Adverse - (Original Trailer)
Seven Oscar nominations went to Anthony Adverse (1936), Warner Brothers' adaptation of the best selling novel about 18th-Century Italy.
Anthony Adverse (1936) -- (Movie Clip) He's Won The Lottery!
Much tumult in Napoleonic-era Italy, as lovers Fredric March (title character) and Olivia De Havilland (as "Angela") learn that her servant father (Luis Alberni) has won the lottery, irritating his employer Bonnyfeather (Edmund Gwenn), in Anthony Adverse, 1936.
Anthony Adverse (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Into Sturdy Manhood
Text advances the story at least ten years and introduces leads Fredric March and Olivia de Havilland 40 minutes into the picture, as the title character and ward of merchant Bonnyfeather (Edmund Gwenn), and the daughter of his servants, in Livorno ca. 1800, in Anthony Adverse, 1936.
Anthony Adverse (1936) -- (Movie Clip) What Is My Proper Place?
Italian merchant Bonnyfeather (Edmund Gwenn) at work, pausing to admire his adopted son and employee (Fredric March, title character, whom he secretly knows to be his biological grandson) offering advice and promise, in the Warner Bros. treatment of the historical novel Anthony Adverse, 1936.