Hearts in Bondage (1936)

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In this Civil War drama, the epic battles between the iron ships the Monitor and Merimac are chronicled. Much of the story centers upon the romance between a navy hero and a pretty woman.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Drama , Western
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Studio:
Republic

Cast

Mae Clarke
as Constance Jordan
James Dunn
as Lt. Kenneth Reynolds
Charlotte Henry
as Julie Buchanan
David Manners
as Raymond Jordan
Fritz Leiber
as John Ericsson
George Irving
as Commodore Jordan
Irving Pichel
as Secretary of War Gideon Welles
Frank McGlynn Sr.
as President Abraham Lincoln
Ben Alexander
as Eggleston
Oscar Apfel
as Cap. Gillman
Clay Clement
as Worden
Edward Gargan
as McPherson
Russell Hicks
as Pillsbury
Douglas Wood
as Admiral David Farragut
Bodil Rosing
as Mrs. Adams
Erville Alderson
as President Jefferson Davies
John Hyams
as Bushnell
Lloyd Ingraham
as Timekeeper
Lane Chandler
as Lt. Gates Jones
Hooper Atchley
as Lt. Greene
Eugene Jackson
as Bit Role
Henry Roquemore
as Secretary Stanton
Arthur Wanzer
as Bit Role
Helen Seamon
as Bit Role
Cecil Watson
as Undetermined Role
Maurice Brierre
as Bit Role
Clinton Rosemond
as Bit Role
Pat Flaherty
as Bit Role
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Audience Reviews for Hearts in Bondage

A 1936 Film and I give it my highest rating to date on any film before 1940. Reason being it taught me more then any history class ever did about the civil war. I learned that the Norfolk Naval Base was once called Gosport Shipyard, also learned about the Monitor and the Merrimac. Never knew the Merrimac was once owned and sunk by the union only to be raised by the confederacy. Also learned that the Monitor was built in Brooklyn NY at Grrenpoint Shipyard. And the builder of the Monitor. Besides this there is a romantic side of the story. A daughter of Union General is in love with a exunion soldier who is now in the confederate navy, his brother is in the Union Navy, one is on the monitor the other on the Merrimac and they face each other, of course the confederate soldier is killed. All in all an excellent story, the film quality was outstanding for a 1936 film. My copy came from the Mill Creek 50 pack of Combat Classics. 4 Stars

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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