Fate sits on these dark battlements and frowns… Tells of a nameless deed. These lines which form the motto of Ann Radcliff's novel 'The Mysteries of Udolpho' which thrilled 18th-century readers are very applicable to 'Lucretia Lombard,' the picture showing at the World Theatre today. 'Lucretia Lombard' is a screen adaptation of Kathleen Norris' novel of the same name. Film plot included. Co-starring in this Warner Brothers Classic of the Screen, a Harry Rapf production, are Irene Rich and Monte Blue, two bright luminaries of the silver screen, who will be remembered for their brilliant work in 'Brass.' Jack Conway directed the picture, which has received the highest praise in cities where it played.
The World Theatre: Lucretia Lombard
Film Projector / Film(s)
Lucretia Lombard (View more)
Brass (View more)
Sada Cowan (titles)
With her marriage on the verge of breaking up, a young wife attempts to win back the love of her husband and child.
View more in Imdb
View the full text image