In this adaptation of the classic novel, a woman with a baby born out of wedlock must wear a letter A in 17th century Massachusetts. But one man will not rest until the father is discovered. 1934. Part 1 of 2.
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Miss Evans tries to keep Shockey (Mickey Rooney) from getting expelled, and his father may cross paths with the town’s dangerous milk strike. Part 2 of 2.
A new teacher arrives in a small Indiana town to find tensions high with a dairy strike, and tries to help a troubled student (Mickey Rooney) literally from the wrong side of the tracks. 1937. Part 1 of 2.
(Note: From an actual Indiana person, I’ve learned that the term “Hoosier” came from the last name of a man who supervised a high-performing team of canal construction workers who happened to be from Indiana.)
With the threat of imprisonment over her head and the Russian military at her command, Catherine (Elisabeth Bergner) goes through with what she hopes is a bloodless coup. Part 3 of 3.
As her health worsens, Elizabeth (Flora Robson) encourages Catherine (Elizabeth Bergner) to take on more leadership duties while Peter (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) becomes more unstable. Part 2 of 3.
Before she could become the legendary Russian ruler, a timid German princess (Elizabeth Bergner) had to learn to handle her groom Grand Duke Peter (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.), an immature, hot-tempered womanizer. 1934. Part 1 of 3.
Original from Internet Archive
Info from IMDB
Article @ Turner Classic Movies (spoilers)
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. @ Wikipedia
MFTB129 – The Private Life of Don Juan, part 1
MFTB67 – The Young In Heart, part 1