Cinema: The New Pictures: Apr. 24, 1933

Today We Live (Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer). On the day that she hears her father has been killed in the War, Diana Boyce-Smith (Joan Crawford) makes the acquaintance of an exceedingly tactless young American who has come to England to rent her house. Shortly after she has sent her brother, Ronnie, and her fiance. Claude, off to man a torpedo-launch together on the coast of France, she finds out that she really loves not Claude (Robert Young) but the American, Richard Bogard (Gary Cooper). The troubles that arise from this situation are what you might...

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