|Statement||by Bernard Merivale.|
|Series||French"s acting edition -- no. 722|
|LC Classifications||PR6025.E63 U65 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
Unguarded Hours belongs to the genre of comic novel that skates close to scornful caricature, but retains a fondness for his characters and for humanity that — mostly — keeps this book /5(3). Made in , "The Unguarded Hour" is one of those beautifully written and constructed gems that has been largely forgotten over time. I caught it on TV and loved it so much I ordered it forthwith. All the actors are superb in this tightly wound tale, but the real standout is Loretta Young in all her ravishing beauty/5(26). REVIEW: Unguarded Hours by AN Wilson Some readers of this blog may not be very scandalized by the misdeeds committed by one Mr Theodore McCarrick and the ensuing media circus. In fact some may have been positively unphased by the revelation that a hierarch of the American Church is a predatory : The Rad Trad. The Unguarded Hour If you notice an extra little glow emanating from Loretta Young in The Unguarded Hour (), there's a logical reason for it. Probably the most notable thing about this murder mystery melodrama is that it was Young's first picture after secretly giving birth to her daughter, Judy.
The Unguarded Hour is a play by Bernard Merivale, inspired by a Hungarian work by Ladislas Fodor.. It ran for performances in the West End between 31 July and 30 November , originally at Daly's Theatre before transferring first to the Phoenix Theatre and then to the Playhouse. The cast included Godfrey Tearle and Malcolm it was staged at the . The Unguarded Hour opens with prosecutor Sir Alan Deardon (Franchot Tone) in the midst of a murder trial. He gets his conviction, while his wife, Lady Helen (Loretta Young), sits furrow-browed on the sidelines. Helen had witnessed the murder and thus can prove that the condemned man (Dudley Digges) is : Warner Archives. Directed by Lambert Hillyer. With Milton Sills, Doris Kenyon, Claude King, Dolores Cassinelli. “Unguarded,” an ESPN documentary, recounts the descent of the onetime basketball star Chris Herren into heroin and painkillers.