Ann Vickers

"Ann Vickers" is a 1933 novel by Sinclair Lewis.

It is also a 1933 drama film directed by John Cromwell, adapted by Jane Murfin from Lewis's novel, and starring Irene Dunne, Walter Huston, and Conrad Nagel. The estimated budget was US$303,000.


Social worker/prison reformer looks for love with men who abuse her, finds herself attracted to a controversial judge.


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