Ann Carver's Profession

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1933
  • Running time: 71 min
Ann Carver's Profession is an American Pre-Code 1933 film focusing on the relationship of a lady lawyer and her husband, and on the strain that her financial success places on their marriage. The film stars actress Fay Wray and this film was made during... read more

Ann Carver's Profession is an American Pre-Code 1933 film focusing on the relationship of a lady lawyer and her husband, and on the strain that her financial success places on their marriage. The film stars actress Fay Wray and this film was made during the year she cemented her fame in King Kong. Although the writing credits differ, this film bears a striking resemblance in plot to Columbia's 1938 production The Lady Objects starring Gloria Stuart and Lanny Ross.

Original Release

06/09/1933

US Release

06/09/1933

Cast

Fay Wray Ann Carver Graham
Gene Raymond William Graham / William 'Bill' 'Lightning' Graham
Claire Dodd Carole Rodgers
Claude Gillingwater Judge Bingham
Frank Albertson Jim Thompson
Arthur Pierson Ken Bingham
Frank Conroy Baker
Jessie Ralph Terry / Terry - Graham's Maid
Robert Barrat Andrew Simmons / Andrew Simmons - Attorney
Edward Keane Harrison
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Edward Buzzell

Writers

Robert Riskin

Cast

Fay Wray Ann Carver Graham
Gene Raymond William Graham / William 'Bill' 'Lightning' Graham
Claire Dodd Carole Rodgers
Claude Gillingwater Judge Bingham
Frank Albertson Jim Thompson
Arthur Pierson Ken Bingham
Frank Conroy Baker
Jessie Ralph Terry / Terry - Graham's Maid
Robert Barrat Andrew Simmons / Andrew Simmons - Attorney
Edward Keane Harrison
Diane Bori Irma Chappelle
Leonard Carey Melville / Melville - Butler
Dennis O'Keefe Dinner Party Guest
Ruthelma Stevens Dinner Party Guest
Guy Usher Judge James Hanlon
Grace Goodall Dinner Party Guest
Edward Hearn Dinner Party Guest
Perry Ivins Coroner
Jack Luden Bill's Architect Co-Worker
Paul McVey Bill's Lawyer

Editors

Maurice Wright

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