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Chained

Chained ★★½ 1934

Crawford and Gable star in this love triangle that somehow never sizzles. Crawford, in love with married businessman Kruger, takes a South American cruise to get away from it all, meets Gable, and of course falls in love. Seems simple enough, but wait! Crawford goes back to New York City and marries Kruger (his wife grants him a divorce) and is miserable. But then Gable shows up, further complicating matters. Choices, choices. Predictable script was not helped by half-hearted performances. 73m/B VHS . Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Otto Kruger, Stuart Erwin, Una O'Connor; D: Clarence Brown; C: George J. Folsey.

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