One Way Passage (1932)
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as Joan Ames
as Dan Hardesty
as Countess Barilhaus
as Steve Burke
as Sir Harold
as Singing Drunk
as Hong Kong Bartender
as Bartender on Ship
as Honolulu Contact
as Agua Caliente Bartender
as Curio Dealer
as Ship's Officer
Critic Reviews for One Way Passage
A beautiful little movie that has weathered its 80 years effortlessly.
Audience Reviews for One Way Passage
what a great movie. the plot may sound ridiculous but it works like a charm. tragedy should always be this much fun. the supporting characters deserve special mention and i particularly enjoyed aline macmahon as the phony countess. 'don't smudge my bangs!' priceless
William Powell and Kay Francis are well matched in this ultra romantic but somewhat preposterous weepie. Frank McHugh and particularly Aline MacMahon are a lot of fun in secondary roles. The brevity of the running time keeps the story moving along.
Great film about a couple of people who's futures do not look good, and they meet on a boat from Hong Kong to San Francisco. Just a great story, great supporting cast. This is one of those forgotten movies that you wonder why more people don't talk about more. Of course it stars the genius that was William Powell, so I am a little biased.
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