No Man of Her Own (1932) - Rotten Tomatoes

No Man of Her Own (1932)

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Movie Info

On the run from authorities, a clever cardsharp takes refuge in a small town where he falls for the local librarian, whom he takes back to the city where his past inevitably catches up. This film is notable for the one-time pairing of future mates Carole Lombard and Clark Gable.

Cast

Clark Gable
as Jerry "Babe" Stewart
Carole Lombard
as Connie Randall
Grant Mitchell
as Charlie Vane
Dorothy Mackaill
as Kay Everly
George Barbier
as Mr. Randall
Elizabeth Patterson
as Mrs. Randall
J. Farrell MacDonald
as Detective Dickie Collins
Tommy Conlon
as Willie Randall
Walter Walker
as Mr. Morton
Paul Ellis
as Vargas
Charley Grapewin
as Newsstand Clerk
Wallis Clark
as Thomas Laidlaw broker
Charles Grapewin
as Newsstand Clerk
Lionel Belmore
as Antique Dealer
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Critic Reviews for No Man of Her Own

All Critics (2)

This light, carefree, well-acted romantic comedy, the only film Gable made with future wife Carole Lomabrd, is directed by Charles Ruggles, riding high after his success with the 1931 Oscar-winning Western Cimarron.

June 9, 2007 | Rating: B | Full Review…

A light piffle of a movie, not particularly complex, certainly not tense, and not a laugh riot either. But don't get me wrong - this is a pleasant film.

May 21, 2007 | Rating: 72/100

Audience Reviews for No Man of Her Own

½

Utterly ordinary comedy drama whose sole distinction is the pairing of Gable and Lombard in their only appearance together. They do well but Carole was still a few years from her breakthrough as a major star in Twentieth Century and here is just a leading lady with too blonde hair and awful makeup hiding her natural radiance. Worth one watch for the pairing but you'll forget it almost as soon as it's over.

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