|In Love with Life|
|Directed by||Frank R. Strayer|
|Written by||Robert Ellis (screenplay and dialogue)|
|Produced by||George R. Batcheller|
Maury M. Cohen
|Edited by||Roland D. Reed|
|Distributed by||Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corporation|
Sharon is a penniless widow, forced to seek help from her father, Morley, a wealthy financier, who didn't approve of her marriage. Morley agrees to take in his grandson, Laury, but declares Sharon can never see her son again.
Morley hires Professor John Applegate to tutor Laury. John secretly keeps Sharon informed of her son's welfare. When the stock market crashes Morley uses his own fortune to help his investors. John proposes to Sharon. Morley, now humbled by his financial loses, reconciles with his daughter.
- The AFI Catalog of Feature Films: In Love With Life details, afi.com; accessed September 10, 2015. Archived April 13, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
- Local Revue At Loew’s Is Big Success ('In Love With Life' Heads Film Program), The Hartford Daily Courant, April 30, 1934, page 18
- TCM summary
- Studios Use Many Meglin Kiddies. 'Los Angeles Evening Post-Record No. 12408, 8 November 1934, p2. Accessed 22 June 2021.
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