The Dark Angel (1935)

The Dark Angel

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Movie Info

Samuel Goldwyn's The Dark Angel is a sumptuously produced soap opera with a poignant "Enoch Arden" style denouement. Fredric March, Merle Oberon and Herbert Marshall star respectively as Alan Trent, Kitty Vane and Gerald Shannon, friends since childhood. Though Gerald is deeply in love with Kitty, it is Alan who wins her hand in marriage. But before the wedding can take place, WW I intervenes, and both Alan and Gerald march off with their regiments. Blinded on the battlefield, Alan gallantly … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Romance, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Mordaunt Shairp, Lillian Hellman
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Runtime:

Cast


as Alan Trent

as Kitty Vane

as Gerald Shannon

as Voices at Station

as Hunt Guest

as Man in Dormitory

as Mrs. Shannon

as Sir George Barton

as Granny Vane

as Ann West

as Lawrence Bidley

as Roulston

as Mrs. Bidley

as Mr. Vane

as Mr. Tanner

as Mrs. Gallop

as Mr. Shannon

as Kitty as a child

as Gerald as a Child

as Alan as a child

as Lawrence as a Child

as Martin, the Butler

as Mr. Gallop

as Landlady at Inn

as Waiter at Inn

as Major in Dugout

as Orderly in Dugout

as Porter at Station

as News Vendor at Stati...

as Jarvis, The Station...

as Officers at Station

as Officers at Station

as Officers at Station

as Officers at Station

as Officers at Station

as Officers at Station

as Train Passenger

as Innkeeper

as Man in Dormitory

as Man in Dormitory

as Man in Dormitory

as Man in Dormitory

as Sir Mordaunt

as Shannon Maide

as Hunt Guest

as Hunt Guest

as Hunt Guest

as Hunt Guest

as Porter at Station
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Critic Reviews for The Dark Angel

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | February 23, 2012
Variety
Top Critic

Merle Oberon received her only Oscar nomination for this well acted but sentimental romantic melodrama.

Full Review… | August 10, 2012
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for The Dark Angel

½

Another 30s movie, another Fredric March appearance. I do swear that the guy was in everything. Although a wee bit sappy and sentimental, it is well put together. A Sunday afternoon kind of film.

John Ballantine
John Ballantine

Super Reviewer

a wonderfully lavish soap in the order of douglas sirk pix (whom i love) this reminded me of a 'lost' sirk pic.

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