|Franchot Tone and Ross Alexander|
|Franchot Tone and Margaret Lindsay|
All of the cast members work really well together and the story truly draws you in and tugs on your heartstrings. I especially enjoyed seeing Franchot work with Ross Alexander and Ann Dvorak in their scenes together. This is a story that is as timely today as it was in 1934. You'll identify with these characters, see yourself or someone you know in their storylines. It's a beautifully written, well executed film about the struggle of entering the "real world" after college. Like I've mentioned, Gentlemen Are Born is a pretty tough movie to track down and watch, but I sincerely hope you are able to catch it sometime or better yet, that it is released on DVD ASAP.