Of Human Bondage | Chicago Reader

Of Human Bondage

John Cromwell's 1934 version of Maugham's boring, lumpy novel is still by far the best one. Today, it's chiefly memorable as the movie that made Bette Davis a star—and that's enough for any film. With the great Leslie Howard.

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