Counsellor-at-Law Movie Review 1933

Information and Film Reviews for Counsellor-at-Law the Movie

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One of Barrymore's best. He stars as Jewish lawyer George Simon, who has climbed to the top of his profession in New York from a poverty-stricken past that continues to haunt him. His constant struggles in the elitist law community are taking their toll and his personal life is no better when George discovers that his gentile wife Cora (Kenyon) has been unfaithful. But his secretary Regina (Daniels), who has always loved him, remains loyal. Rice adapted from his own play. Director Wyler dumped the musical score except for what's heard over the opening and closing credits.

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 80 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Adapted from a Play, Law & Lawyers, New York, New York, Adultery, Judaism
Screenplay
Elmer Rice
Cast
John Barrymore, Bebe Daniels, Doris Kenyon, Onslow Stevens, Isabel Jewell, Melvyn Douglas, Thelma Todd, Mayo Methot
Cinematography
Norbert Brodine
Director
William Wyler

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