The Secret Bride
Don't spill the beans about beautiful Ruth Vincent being the governor's daughter and the secret bride of the DA who's investigating her father's bribery charge, or he might be yanked off the case before he can find evidence to clear Dad's name.
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- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 4 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: November 16, 2010
- Originally Released: 1934
- Label: Warner Archive Collection (MOD)
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Barbara Stanwyck, Warren William, Glenda Farrell, Grant Mitchell, Arthur Byron & Douglass Dumbrille|
|Directed by||William Dieterle|
|Screenwriting by||Tom Buckingham, Mary McCall & F. Hugh Herbert|
|Director of Photography:||Ernest Haller|
Description by OLDIES.com:
Shhhh. Don't spill the beans about beautiful Ruth Vincent (Barbara Stanwyck), the governor's daughter. Don't reveal that she's the secret bride of the DA who's investigating her father on a bribery charge, or he might be yanked off the case before he can find evidence to clear Dad's name. And don't let on that Ruth is risking her lovely neck to do some sleuthing on her own! Draped in furs and dripping with mystery, Stanwyck is every inch a cinema queen in this crisply paced combination of whodunit, courtroom drama and political thriller. William Dieterle (The Life of Emile Zola) directs, and two standouts in memorable '30s films costar: Warren William (the Perry Mason series) and Glenda Farrell (the Torchy Blane series).
THE SECRET BRIDE is Ruth Vincent (Barbara Stanwyck), the daughter of Governor Vincent (Arthur Byron). Attorney general Robert Sheldon (Warren William) falls in love with Ruth and they marry, but Sheldon insists that their marriage be kept secret. It seems that the Governor has been accused of accepting $10,000 in bribes, and Sheldon doesn't want to be accused of complicity while he investigates the matter. In the course of events, two murders occur, and it's up to Ruth to straighten the mess out. But how will she be able to manage this without involving herself or her secret husband in the scandal'