Ready for Love (1934)

Director
Marion Gering

Main cast
Richard Arlen; Ida Lupino; Marjorie Rambeau; Junior Durkin; Beulah Bondi

Genres
Drama, Romance

Description
In this fluffy romance, a young woman fights against the narrow-minded residents of her small town. The trouble begins when a young woman flees her boarding school to stay with her retired aunt, a former actress, who try as she might, has never been welcomed into the snobbish community in which she resides. The young woman too, is shunned and ends up being victimized in witchcraft trial and ducked into a pool of water.


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