Key, The (1934) - (Original Trailer)
A British officer stationed in Ireland falls for the wife of an intelligence man in The Key (1934) starring William Powell.
Key, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) There's A Character In Dickens
Hard to make a better scene for a William Powell entrance, as British officer Bill Tenant, arriving in 1920 Dublin, Arthur Aylesworth his aide, Dawn ODay (actually the young Anne Shirley) the flower girl, and Arthur Treacher flakking for the general, Halliwell Hobbes, who is secretly an old pal, early in The Key, 1934.
Key, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Fancy Me Forgetting You?
Deciding to take a room because of a tune heard upstairs, Willliam Powell as British officer Bill, newly assigned to Dublin, 1920, finds out his neighbors are old friend Andy (Colin Clive), an intelligence officer, and wife Norah (Edna Best), whom he also knows, in The Key, 1934.
Key, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) What Makes You Think I'm English?
Terrific craft with Michael Curtiz directing, William Powell as Brit officer Bill newly detailed to 1920 Dublin, feeling wistful over an old flame, hiding his uniform under a legit Ulster coat, meets a sly barmaid (Gertude Short) and inquisitive ODuffy (J.M. Kerrigan), in The Key, 1934.