The Purchase Price
The Purchase Price (1932)

A lounge singer (Barbara Stanwyck) tires of her tawdry city life and so becomes a mail order bride. She ends up in the arms of a farmer in North Dakota, thanks to her rum-running lover. Much of the story centers on her struggle to accustom… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 23, 1932
DVD Release Date: March 24, 2009
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Sean Axmaker
Parallax View

Wellman knows how to delivers the sex...

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Brent and Stanwyck do a nice job of opposites falling in love.

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Aj V
This movie is both cute and realistic at times. It's a pretty good movie, and Stanwyck gives a good performance, but the rest of the cast is just okay,… More
jay nixon
Frank pre-code drama about seen it all dance hall gal who becomes mail order bride to a rough farmer and through many hardships forges a happy life with him.
Antonius Block
Barbara Stanwyck had me from the beginning, as she crooned "Take Me Away" so seductively in the movie's first scene, and she could do no wrong… More