Devotion (1931)





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Devotion is a stiff, static early talkie in which everybody speaks in stage British and suffers in dinner jackets. Ann Harding is desperately in love with London barrister Leslie Howard. To be nearer to him, she dons a disguise (wig and spectacles) and takes a job as the governess to Howard's son. Though Howard is lauded as brilliant, he's as dense as Lois Lane when it comes to penetrating a cheap pair of glasses. The plot begins to move (and about time!) when a wastrelly artist, played by Robert Williams, is successfully defended in court by Howard. Invited to the barrister's home, Williams goes on the make for Ms. Harding; only then does Howard acknowledge the fact that Our Heroine is alive.
Drama , Romance
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RKO Pictures


Leslie Howard
as David Trent
Alison Skipworth
as Mrs. Coggins
Forrester Harvey
as Gas Inspector
Doris Lloyd
as Pansy
Ann Harding
as Shirley Mortimer
Dudley Digges
as Sgt. Coggins
Claude King
as Junior Partner
Douglas Scott
as Derek, Trent's Son
O.P. Heggie
as Mr. Emmet Mortimer
Olive Tell
as Mrs. Trent
Cyril Delevanti
as Reporter
Don Stewart
as Telegraph Boy
Louise Closser Hale
as Mrs. Mortimer
Robert Williams
as Norman Harrington
Pat Somerset
as Young Man
Donald Stuart
as Telegraph Boy
Tempe Piggott
as Bridget
Joan Carr
as Marjory
Joyce Coad
as Elsie
Ruth Weston
as Margaret
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