"When poets love heaven and earth, fall back to watch!" exclaimed ads for this prestigious film. The hyperbole was prophetic. So many moviegoers watched The Barretts of Wimpole Street that is became one of 1934's top box-office hits.
Norma Shearer -- "The First Lady of the Screen" -- portrays semi-invalid poet Elizabeth Barrett, Fredric March is Robert Browning, whose ardent courtship of Elizabeth transforms her life. And Charles Laughton (who shed fifty pounds for the role) plays Edward Moulton-Barrett, the tyrant bent on denying happiness to his nine children.
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