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Sin Takes A Holiday (1930) -- (Movie Clip) How Could You Have A Wife? Racy exteriors establish New York then, not quite Goodfellas but an impressive shot by director Paul L. Stein and cinematographer John Mescall, as lawyer Stanton (Kenneth MacKenna), in a plush night club, reveals to his scheming girlfriend (Rita LaRoy) that he’s cleverly married his secretary (top-billed Connie Bennett), in RKO’s Sin Takes A Holiday, 1930.
Sin Takes A Holiday (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Am I Supposed To Wait For Her To Die? Four outfits in about three minutes for Constance Bennett as Sylvia, now in Paris, being squired about by bachelor Durant (Basil Rathbone), enjoying the freedom she earned by marrying, for convenience, her rich lawyer boss (Kenneth MacKenna), pleased with the frustration it causes his ambitious girlfriend (Rita LaRoy), in RKO’s Sin Takes A Holiday, 1930.
Lady Refuses, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) A Short Life And A Merry One Sir Gerald (Gilbert Emery) has just been stood-up by playboy son Russell (John Darrow), who scampers with disreputable Berthine (Margaret Livingston), only later noticing vagrant June (Betty Compson), pursued by the bobbies, but rescued by the baronet, early in The Lady Refuses, 1931.
Lady Refuses, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Blighter Can't Even Crawl Made-over June (Betty Compson) has secretly been positioned by the English nobleman father of Russell (John Darrow) to pry him away from gold-digging Berthine (Margaret Livingston) and her crowd, this being their first not-accidental encounter, in The Lady Refuses, 1931, directed by George Archainbaud.
Devotion (1931) -- (Movie Clip) She Must Be Middle-Aged The Mortimer family (O.P. Heggie, Louise Closser Hale, Ruth Weston, Joan Carr) are entertaining Trent (Leslie Howard) a successful widowed lawyer seeking a governess, who is surprised to meet the third daughter Shirley (Ann Harding), acting more like a servant, early in Devotion, 1931.
Devotion (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Two Lumps Of Camphor Widowed lawyer Trent (Leslie Howard) arrives home, greeted by son Derek (Douglas Scott), then meeting the governess he's indirectly hired, Mrs. Halifax (Ann Harding), who is really the lovestruck Shirley, frumped-up and playing cockney, in Devotion, 1931.