Review: Man’s Castle (1933)

Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young shack up together (literally–they live in shanty town) in this Depression-era drama. He doesn’t want to get tied down and all she wants is her man and a stove (at four dollars down and two dollars a month in installments) to cook for him on. And did you ever think you’d see a movie where Tracy plays a stilt walker? Anything for a dime, brother. Another fine example of pre-Code Hollywood. [***1/2 of of 5]

One thought on “Review: Man’s Castle (1933)

  1. I’m soooooooo jealous of your pre-code movies–guess we can’t watch them with jesse thered–but they sound like such fun.

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