Nana (Anna Sten) and her cohorts Mimi (Muriel Kirkland) and Satin (Mae Clarke) topple a drunken soldier (Hardie Albright) in a Parisian cafe in Samuel Goldwyn's Nana, 1934.
A framing scene featuring the unlikely graphic 'Paris, 1868 A.D.' shows the title character (Anna Sten) burying her mother and declaring her intentions in Samuel Goldwyn's Nana, 1934.
A scene from Tolstoy at a train station sees the forsaken Katusha (Anna Sten) emoting in a rainstorm, unseen by Dmitri (Fredric March) in Samuel Goldwyn's We Live Again, 1934.
Opening credits from Samuel Goldwyn's Nana, 1934, include a brief acknowledgement of Emile Zola's novel and a grand promotion of star Anna Sten and her supporting cast.
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