A Free Soul | Chicago Reader

A Free Soul

Clarence Brown was a director of remarkably delicate sensibilities, precise yet often ironic. This 1931 effort featured a knockout cast of Norma Shearer, Lionel Barrymore, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, James Gleason, and George Irving in a melodrama about Shearer working as a reporter to support her drunken father (Barrymore) and meeting up with a gangster (Gable). 91 min.


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