Cabin in the Cotton DVD 1932 Richard Barthelmess Bette Davis Drama B&W
Stars of Cabin in the Cotton: Richard Barthelmess, Bette Davis, Dorothy Jordan
Sharecropper’s son Marvin tries to help his community overcome poverty and ignorance. While working in the general store he learns that the owner has been cheating his tenants. He is in love with owner’s daughter, Madge, but sides with the tenants in his threat to expose the planters and their cheating.
Cabin in the Cotton is a serious film, made during the depression, about the plight of sharecroppers who are exploited by planters. It’s actually a compelling story.
Product Information for Cabin in the Cotton
- Director: Michael Curtiz
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Production Co.: First National
- Run time: 78 minutes
- Sound: Mono
- Color: Black and White
This movie is reproduced on a professional-grade DVD-R disc and comes in a DVD jewel case. Artwork is on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
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More Bette Davis Movies
- 1932 – Cabin in the Cotton
- 1934 – Of Human Bondage
- 1934 – Fashions of 1934
- 1935 – The Girl From 10th Avenue
- 1942 – Man Who Came to Dinner
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- 1934 – Fog Over Frisco
- 1936 – The Golden Arrow
- 1938 – The Sisters
- 1941 – The Great Lie
- 1932 – The Rich Are Always With Us
- 1943 – Watch on the Rhine
- 1946 – Deception
- 1948 – Winter Meeting
- 1949 – Beyond the Forest
- 1950 – All About Eve
- 1956 – Catered Affair
- 1965 – The Nanny
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