No Man of Her Own (1932)

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5 thoughts on “No Man of Her Own (1932)

  1. I’ve always wanted to see this film—as I have seen most of Gable’s body of work, and a lot of Lombard’s. No need to struggle to find a copy—it can be found inexpensively on amazon.com for under $10, and on the 2007 edition, TCM’s Robert Osborne provides some introductory comments!
    Thank you Emily for giving us enough information to pique our interest in seeing it for ourselves. I love the pre-code era, and it’s always fun to add another one to the “must-watch” repertoire! I live in Los Angeles, and you would be intrigued that Cinefamily (which screens films at the old Silent Movie Theater) has a 7 deadly sins of pre-code series every Sunday for 7 weeks! This sunday is the last one in the series. It covers the deadly sin of “sloth” (!), and it’s the excellent “Ladies of Leisure” starring Barbara Stanwyck! 🙂

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  2. Phyl

    😥 I usually prefer movies from 1934 on but this one was wonderful! Much better than Sinners in the Sun that I wrote about which was basically just Lombard in gorgeous clothes!

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