Blowhard, Esq. writes:
Kay Francis and William Powell in Tay Garnett’s ONE WAY PASSAGE (1932).
Not only was this Francis’s personal favorite of all her films, but Charles Willeford was a fan. Thirteen years old when he saw it, he later reflected, “ONE WAY PASSAGE is still my all-time favorite movie, but I have never risked seeing it again. I cried so hard when the movie ended the usher took me out of the lobby and gave me a glass of water.” It’s unfortunately unavailable for rental, but you can purchase the movie at Warner Archive.
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