Hearts in Bondage

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Released 1936

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Director:
Lew Ayres
Released:
1936
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Hearts in Bondage is a 1936 film that seamlessly blends history and fiction to create a compelling drama. Before the Civil War erupts, U.S. Navy officer Kenneth Reynolds (James Dunn) is happy and in love. Kenneth is engaged to lovely Constance Jordan (Mae Clarke), who happens to be the sister of Kenneth's friend Raymond (David Manners), also a Naval officer. With the dawn of the Civil War, the three friends find their lives and loyalties rudely interrupted. Kenneth continues to fight for the North while Raymond, a Virginian, instead fights for the Confederate States Army. Constance finds herself torn between supporting her brother and her fiance. The conflict reaches a nail-biting peak when Kenneth and Raymond face each other during a battle off the coast of Norfolk. As the Union's Monitor and the Confederacy's Merrimac engage in a dramatic naval battle, it's uncertain which officer will survive. The blend of historical accuracy and intense emotional drama make this an intriguing film on many levels.moreless
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