Lorna Doone (1934)





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A man's love for his wife overcomes his hatred for the family that brought her up in this period romantic adventure. Jan Ridd (John Loder) is a farmer in 17th Century England who has sworn to take revenge upon the Doones, an outlaw family who have laid waste to much of the property in his part of the country and were responsible for the death of Ridd's father. Ridd meets a woman named Lorna (Victoria Hopper), and in time they fall in love and marry. However, Ridd learns that Lorna was kidnapped by the Doones as a child and raised among them; she is eventually taken into custody by the Court of St. James in hopes of reforming her from the influence of her delinquent "family," and Ridd must fight to free the woman he loves. This was the second screen adaptation of the novel by R.D. Blackmore, and the first in the sound era; two more films based on Lorna Doone would follow, in 1951 and 1990. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Drama , Romance


John Loder
as Jan Ridd
Edward Rigby
as Reuben Huckaback
Mary Clare
as Mistress Ridd
Margaret Lockwood
as Annie Ridd
Roger Livesey
as Tom Faggus
Eliot Makeham
as John Fry
Victoria Hopper
as Lorna Doone
Frank Cellier
as Jeremy Stickles
Amy Veness
as Betty Muxworthy
Herbert Lomas
as Sir Ensor Doone
Roy Emerton
as Carver Doone
Lawrence Hanray
as Parson Bowden
George Curzon
as James II
Wyndham Goldie
as Judge Jeffries
D.A. Clarke-Smith
as Counsellor Doone
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