Chained

(1934)

Overview

Richard, a millionaire in love with his secretary, Diane, is dispirited when his wife refuses to divorce him. Concerned that Diane will now lose interest, Richard offers her an all-expense-paid cruise to Argentina so that she can think it over. While traveling, however, Diane falls in love with fellow traveler Mike. She resolves to come clean to Richard, but upon return she becomes conflicted when she finds out he was able to get divorced after all.

  1. Clarence Brown

    Director

  2. John Lee Mahin

    Screenplay

  3. Edgar Selwyn

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joan Crawford

    Joan Crawford

    Diane Lovering

  2. Clark Gable

    Clark Gable

    Michael 'Mike' Bradley

  3. Otto Kruger

    Otto Kruger

    Richard I. Field

  4. Stuart Erwin

    Stuart Erwin

    John L. 'Johnnie' Smith

  5. Una O'Connor

    Una O'Connor

    Amy, Diane's Maid

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Chained
Chained

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Status Released

Release Information

  • August 31, 1934
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 16m

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