An American girl falls in love and marries a German who is slowly being seduced by the Nazi Party. She must find a way to escape with their child before it's too late.
This cautionary pre-World War II drama stars Joan Bennett as an American girl who falls in love and marries a German (Francis Lederer) in 1938. At first he seems charming, but Joan discovers that her husband is slowly being seduced by the Nazi Party. Determined to leave, Bennett is forced to battle Lederer for custody of their child, whom the husband plans to raise as a budding Fascist. The Nazi is foiled by his father(Otto Kruger), who crushes Lederer's "iron will" by informing his son that his own mother was Jewish. At 77 minutes, THE MAN I MARRIED cuts out all slack, and the result is a taut, exciting melodrama.
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