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Bachelor of Arts (film)

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Bachelor of Arts
Directed byLouis King
Screenplay byLamar Trotti
Based onBachelor of Arts (novel)
by John Erskine
Produced byJohn Stone
StarringTom Brown
Anita Louise
Henry B. Walthall
Mae Marsh
Arline Judge
Frank Albertson
CinematographyL. William O'Connell
Music bySamuel Kaylin
Distributed byFox Film Corporation
Release date
  • November 23, 1934 (1934-11-23)
Running time
74 minutes
CountryUnited States

Bachelor of Arts is a 1934 American drama film directed by Louis King and written by Lamar Trotti. The film stars Tom Brown, Anita Louise, Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh, Arline Judge and Frank Albertson. The film was released on November 23, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.[1][2][3]

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Alexander "Alec" Hamilton, Jr., a headstrong, but likable freshman at the state college, falls in love at first sight with co-ed Mimi Smith when he sees her standing over him after he gets involved in a brawl at an antiwar speech. After nearly getting into a couple of more fights, Alec, whose father, the owner of Hamilton Iron Works, is sending him through college, proposes to Mimi, who works her way through as a dining hall cashier, but she only agrees to date. After Alec breaks a date with Mimi when his fraternity initiation turns into an all-night drinking party, he meets a radical reading Karl Marx's Das Capital and, convinced that Mimi has not come up against the "realities of life," takes her to a rally in the park. The rally soon turns into a brawl when the people congregated resent Alec and Mimi's intrusion. Mimi and Alec become engaged, but when Alec, on a whim, buys a car instead of her engagement ring, she calls him a spoiled child and says that they should not see each other again. After she sees him driving with Gladys Cottle, who tries to make her jealous, Mimi returns Alec's fraternity pin. As Alec gets acquainted with one of his instructors, Professor Barth, the professor's wife Mary, who is ill, and Robert Neal, an excellent student who uses a wheelchair, he begins to mature; however, when he thinks that Mimi and Professor Donald Woolsey, who has fallen in love with her, are making fun of his singing at Glee Club practice, Alec rebukes Mimi, goes drinking with Gladys and neglects his studies. After the dean reprimands Alec and he is arrested for reckless driving, Mimi writes his father and convinces him not to give Alec money so that he will have to work. Alec gets a job in the University Cafe, and when he learns from Neal that Mrs. Barth will die if she does not get to a better climate soon, he retrieves his fraternity pin from Gladys, who gives it up for a kiss when she sees Mimi watching, hocks it with his watch and sells his blood to get $200, which he leaves anonymously for Mary and Professor Barth so that they can go to the desert. After Mimi reprimands Alec for kissing Gladys, Woolsey, who saw Alec leave the money, tells Mimi of the deed and explains that Alec needed contact with something real: the Barths. Mimi stops Alec from leaving school, and they are reconciled.[4]



  1. ^ "Bachelor of Arts (1934) - Overview". Retrieved 2015-10-17.
  2. ^ Sandra Brennan (2016). "Bachelor-of-Arts - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 2016-03-07. Retrieved 2015-10-17.
  3. ^ "Bachelor of Arts". Retrieved 2015-10-17.
  4. ^ "Bachelor of Arts (1934) - IMDb". IMDb.

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