GenreComedy, Drama CinematographyWilliam H. Daniels CountryUnited States
Release date1933 (1933) WriterBrown Holmes (screenplay), Philip Stong (screenplay), Philip Stong (novel) CastLionel Barrymore (Grandpa Cyrus Tatum Storr), Miriam Hopkins (Louise), Franchot Tone (Guy Crane), Stuart Erwin (Simon Bates), Irene Hervey (Nettie Crane), Beulah Bondi (Beatrice) Similar moviesPrisoners, Spirited Away, Babe: Pig in the City, Days of Heaven, The Black Cauldron, Jamon Jamon
TaglineA story of real people
Recently divorced Louise (Miriam Hopkins) returns to her family roots by visiting her grandfather Storr (Lionel Barrymore) on his Iowa farm. Storr leery of his stepdaughter, Beatrice (Beulah Bondi), and her husband, Allen (Grant Mitchell) sees Louise as his best and last chance to get his estate in order. When Louise becomes distracted by a friendship with married farmer Guy (Franchot Tone), Beatrice and Allan move to secure the old mans inheritance by declaring him mentally unfit.
The Strangers Return is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film released by MGM and starring Miriam Hopkins, Lionel Barrymore and Franchot Tone. Miriam Hopkins was loaned out to MGM for this picture while under contract to Paramount.
"Miriam Hopkins plays Louise Starr, who gets divorced from her husband and returns to the home she left on a farm where she reunites with her grandfather. He introduces her to Guy Crane with whom she falls in love; however, he is married."
Miriam Hopkins plays Louise Starr, who gets divorced from her husband and returns to the home she left on a farm where she reunites with her grandfather. He introduces her to Guy Crane with whom she falls in love; however, he is married.