Only Yesterday

A New Star is Born!

Categories: Drama, Romance
On the back of the Wall Street Crash of 1929, a young business man is about to commit suicide. With the note to his wife scribbled down and a gun in his hand, he notices a thick envelope addressed to him at the desk. As he begin to read, we're taken back to the days of WW1 and his meeting with a young woman named Mary Lane.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1933-11-01
Run time: 105 minute / 1:45
Director: John M. Stahl
Writers: William Hurlbut, George O'Neil, Arthur Richman.
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



Margaret Sullavan
as Mary Lane
John Boles
as James Stanton "Jim" Emerson
Billie Burke
as Julia Warren
Edna May Oliver
as Leona
Benita Hume
as Phyllis Emerson
Reginald Denny
as Bob
George Meeker
as Dave Reynolds
Jimmy Butler
as Jim Jr.
Noel Francis
as Letitia
Geneva Mitchell
as Patty
Bramwell Fletcher
as Scott Hughes
June Clyde
as Deborah
Jane Darwell
as Mrs. Lane
Oscar Apfel
as Mr. Lane
Robert McWade
as Harvey Miles
Onslow Stevens
as Barnard
Jay Whidden
as Orchestra Leader
Adrienne Marden
as Helen (Uncredited)
Leon Ames
as Lee (Uncredited)
Louise Beavers
as Abby (Uncredited)
Betty Blythe
as Mrs. Vincent (Uncredited)
Sheila Bromley
as May (Uncredited)
Marion Byron
as Grace (Uncredited)
Walter Catlett
as Barnes (Uncredited)
Dorothy Christy
as Rena (Uncredited)
Berton Churchill
as Goodheart (Uncredited)
Ruth Clifford
as Eleanor (Uncredited)
Joyce Compton
as Margot (Uncredited)
Tommy Conlon
as Bob Lane (Uncredited)
Herbert Corthell
as Preston (Uncredited)
James Flavin
as Billy (Uncredited)
Dorothy Granger
as Sally (Uncredited)
Jeanne Hart
as Betty (Uncredited)
Arthur Hoyt
as Burton (Uncredited)
Crauford Kent
as Graves (Uncredited)
Natalie Moorhead
as Lucy (Uncredited)
Ferdinand Munier
as Harper (Uncredited)
Barry Norton
as Jerry (Uncredited)
Edgar Norton
as George (Uncredited)
Vivien Oakland
as Ethel (Uncredited)
Franklin Pangborn
as Tom (Uncredited)
Lucille Powers
as Ruth (Uncredited)
Marie Prevost
as Amy (Uncredited)
Craig Reynolds
as Hugh (Uncredited)
Bert Roach
as Rex (Uncredited)
Gay Seabrook
as Toodie (Uncredited)
Warren Stokes
as O.O. McIntyre (Uncredited)
Grady Sutton
as Charlie Smith (Uncredited)
Sidney Bracey
as Second Butler (Uncredited)
Alphonse Martell
as Headwaiter (Uncredited)
Sam McDaniel
as Red Cap Porter (Uncredited)
Lafe McKee
as Father at Train Station (Uncredited)
Jeanne Sorel
as Lesbian (Uncredited)
Larry Steers
as Parade Onlooker (Uncredited)
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
as Wall Street Bootblack (Uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
as Nightclub Waiter (Uncredited)
Ralph Brooks
as Nightclub Patron (Uncredited)
Florence Lake
as One of Jim's Friends (Uncredited)
Richard Tucker
as One of Jim's Friends (Uncredited)
Dennis O'Keefe
as New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)
Leo White
as New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)
Bill Elliott
as New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)
Maidel Turner
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Rafael Alcayde
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Jerry Frank
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Churchill Ross
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Edmund Breese
as Investor (Uncredited)
Jason Robards Sr.
as Investor (Uncredited)
Huntley Gordon
as Investor (Uncredited)
Eddie Kane
as Investor (Uncredited)
Merritt B. Gerstad Director of Photography

Milton Carruth Editor

Carl Laemmle Jr. Producer

Charles D. Hall Production Design

William Hurlbut Screenplay

Costume & Make-Up
Vera West Costume Design

Stefan Zweig Novel

Carl Laemmle Presenter

John M. Stahl Director

George O'Neil Screenplay
Arthur Richman Screenplay

Harold Palmer Assistant Editor

Scott R. Beal Assistant Director

Gilbert Kurland Sound Engineer
Gilbert Kurland Music Supervisor
Joe Lapis Sound Engineer

Mickey Marigold Still Photographer
Alan Jones Camera Operator

John W. Rixey Assistant Sound Engineer

Roswell A. Hoffmann Assistant Camera
Barney Summers Grip

Ernie Smith Property Master

Paul Hill Assistant Camera

Warren Monroe Electrician

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