I Take This Woman

Synopsis: A wealthy New York socialite falls for and marries a cowboy while out West. Her father disinherits her, and after trying to make a go of it as a cowboy's wife, they agree to divorce and she returns back east to her family. However, she soon changes her mind and determines to get her husband back.
 
IMDB:
6.7
Year:
1931
72 min
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[Music]

Oh

Ronnie no.

Oh your father's seriousness where is he

in the library

fantasy wasn't yesterday is she trying

to calm him yes miss but I don't think

she's having very much success oh I tell

you Betty this is the last straw

she's given me nothing but trouble since

the day she was born you'll hurt your

hand here hit something so I'd like to

hurt it on her well she's got to do

something she's got her grandfather's

blood his blood what a comparison he was

a great man look what he raised in the.

West well what can pay raise in the East

nothing so with all that energy she's

got to do the next best thing

she's got to raise the devil oh that's

ridiculous

hello daddy hi Betty

hello dear good morning

thank me good daddy I need it so this is

just another joke to you huh

it doesn't bother you a bit that Louise.

Wentworth will see you for a divorce and

use you as the correspondent what do you

mean how can she because you were out

with him last night and that's all she's

been looking for Oh silly

we only went to a nightclub well you'll

have to prove that and I'm telling you.

Kay I can't stand another scandal

everywhere I go I'm pointed out as Kay.

Dowling's father and I can't and won't

stand it any longer

mr. Forrest is calling miss Kay

now listen it's only one way we can

avoid all this you'll have to go up to

the ranch until it blows over oh I have

made up my mind Kay and I've made up

mine

oh hello hello habit I just told Kate

and on account of Louise she'll have to

go out to the ranch and I just told her

that I won't go so you've caught up to

us well Kay I can't make you go I can't

put you on a train handcuffed much as

I'd like to but I can do this I'll never

give you another dollar and I'll see to

it that you never left one well that's

quite a hand cutter do you mean it I do

mean it okay I'm afraid you do that's

the first thing I've ever heard you say

quietly take your choice okay before you

decide may I ask you a question right

does the evening with one berth mean

that our engagement is off not unless

you want to call no I don't I would like

to know what you were doing out with him

although it's none of my business

well I met him in a dinner I didn't want

to go home and neither did he so we went

to a nightclub didn't you know he was

having trouble with weed yes he told me

all about it and being the kinda girl I

listen yeah well if you'll marry me

today K we can catch a boat tonight and

that'll do the trick all alone fine fine

ha bother dear the liner or the ranch

the ranch

he says that's the bad part over there

this case I see and do we drive it

ourselves

whoa Maurits and then one of the boys in

Tom McNair he'll be right along

now I'd help you over things change

thank you you're shooting track when he

was room noise probably won't be long

oh you're miss darling yes I used to

know your grandfather when he was

running the ranch out here rado customer

Lucius was I'm glad to hear it hmm

people bring those trunks over here too

[Music]

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[Music]

You want to play a tuna dick yep a

harmonica are you the man of a

centimeter yes ma'am I'm sorry to be

late but I was very busy in the crack

game yes so the board will get going

good but I hope we didn't make you read

the game too soon it's been much better

fighting left sooner

I guess this room for you all in here

[Music]

Well will it stop

seems too

well I couldn't find what you wanted Tom

I didn't expect you would miss Hamel the

darling

[Music]

That's all must be terribly tired after

that.

I told you to

we had one drop left in the store he's a

liar

I hope they're not angry.

No.

You please stop talking and look where

you're going

I'm very sorry ma'am

[Music]

[Music]

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[Music]

It's ahhm somebody's come in last night

don't they go for breakfast why where's

your education don't you know that by.

Keith it ain't legal to be caught out a

bit before 10:
00 you brought him out

last night didn't you Tom oh yeah hey

all right

the girl isn't gonna like it here it

sort of runs in the family

remember the last time our old man came

- out yeah he didn't exactly seem to like

- it if she's like him won't help any this.

Won't hurt none and she's like a

granddaddy it's the father for my money

I probably have to total one of you boys

off to kind of show her around good

morning miss darling good morning come

on over and meet the boys

this is Tomlin said and shorted

remaining if you'd like to go writing

this morning miss doubting I'll have one

of the boys to sorta guide you around

I'd like to very much.

Leah I got that elfelfa de-stank

well Tom yeah I wanted a saddle of us

from his dog then take her around a bit

remember she wants to go but Jake I got

those those Colts to break this morning

I ditched shorty to tend to that yes

whenever you're ready mr. darling

anything else we can do why just let us

know.

I just wanna do something that's fun for

me

that goes over their head I'll bring him

out to you oh I'll be alright I stay

outside

[Laughter]

Told you not to come in

put that down I want him fired you hear.

I want you to throw him off his friend

but if you won't do it all while my

father about but

well Tom whatever it was you certainly

done it I'm sorry but mr. Mallory just a

minute are you telling you know ma'am

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