Best Romance Movies of 1934
There's Always Tomorrow
Ignored by his ever-busy wife and children, a middle-aged businessman finds companionship with a former female employee.
A man meets the daughter of his lover and they begin to fall in love.
Have a Heart
Sally (Jean Parker) is engaged to be married, loves dancing and kids. But her life is ruined when an accident cripples her and her betrothed magnanimously offers to not back out of the marriage. After rejecting his offer she starts a doll shop and tries to save for an operation. From her doll shop window she watches children and talks to Jimmie (James Dunn) the ice cream man. She wants to know Jimmie better, but is terrified of rejection.
I've Got Your Number
Two telephone repairmen have many adventures and romance a pair of blondes.
The Battle is a 1934 Franco-British co-production English language drama film directed by Nicolas Farkas and Viktor Tourjansky, and starring Charles Boyer, Merle Oberon and John Loder. It was adapted from a novel by Claude FarrÃ¨re. In 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War, a Japanese naval officer gets his wife to seduce a British atachee in order to gain secrets from him. Things begin to go wrong when she instead falls in love with him.
A woman's dubious past proves to be a stumbling block when she becomes engaged to marry.
A Modern Hero
A 1920s circus performer uses every means at his disposal to achieve fame and fortune at the expense of others.
Keep 'Em Rolling
World War I drama about a soldier and the wild horse he befriends.
After being fired from his job at the Marriage License Bureau, a clerk turns to matchmaking. 1934 Stuart Erwin Rochelle Hudson
Manhattan Love Song
After having been swindled out of all their money by a crooked business manager, formerly wealthy socialites Jerry and Carol discover that they owe their chauffeur and maid back wages they are unable to pay. They're forced to let their former employees live in their luxury apartment in lieu of paying the money they owe them.