Director Erle C. Kenton
Music director Sidney Cutner
Genre Drama, Music, Romance
Country United States
|Writer Gladys Lehman, Charles Kenyon|
Release date October 12, 1938 (1938-10-12)
Screenplay Gladys Lehman, Charles Kenyon
Cast Gloria Stuart (Ann Adams Hayward), Lanny Ross (William Hayward), Joan Marsh (June Lane), Roy Benson (George Martin), Pierre Watkin (Mr. Harper), Robert Paige (Ken Harper)
Similar movies Erle C Kenton directed The Lady Objects and House of Dracula
Ann (Gloria Stuart) and Williams (Lanny Ross) marriage falls apart when her career outshines his, and after William leaves to become a nightclub singer, they reunite when he is charged with murder.
The Lady Objects is a 1938 American drama film written by Gladys Lehman and Charles Kenyon and directed by Erle C. Kenton. It was nominated for the Oscar for Best Song at the 11th Academy Awards with the song A Mist Over the Moon, with music by Ben Oakland and lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II.
A former college football hero and his college sweetheart get married. Marital turmoil ensues as her criminal law practice soars while he cannot get his career as an architect off the ground. They separate, and the man begins making extra money by singing in a nightclub. When he is unjustly accused of murder, it is up to his estranged wife to defend him in court.
Erle C Kenton directed The Lady Objects and House of Dracula. Luxury Liner (1948). Two Girls and a Sailor (1944). The Office Wife (1930). The Petrified Forest (1936).
Football hero (Lanny Ross) weds sweetheart (Gloria Stuart), but the marriage suffers when she becomes a prominent lawyer.
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