Despite the presence of some top-flight names, CHAINED fails to be anything more than your typical hanky-wringer of the 1930s. Kruger is a wealthy, middle-aged steamship executive. He's unhappily married to Gateson, who won't grant him a divorce to marry his mistress, Crawford. Crawford
goes on a sea journey to South America and meets Gable, a wealthy Argentine rancher. There is immediate electricity but Crawford holds back her feelings in favor of her illicit relationship with Kruger. When Crawford returns to New York she learns that Kruger's wife is suing him for divorce, so
she will now be free to marry him. The wedding takes place. Gable arrives in New York, st...