This is a dark but very interesting movie. It is supposedly very true to the 1930 original but probably has a better cast. Apparently to save money the aerial scenes were all borrowed from footage shot for the 1930 movie.
The First Hundred Years with Robert Montgomery. This is a women's lib movie! Lynn Claymore Conway (Virginia Bruce) is a highly successful literary and theatrical agent married to not-as-successful shipbuilder David Conway (Robert Montgomery). They have been living a New York lifestyle impossible on David's salary. He finally gets his dream job running a shipyard but it requires they move to New Bedford. Even on his fantastic new salary of $15,000/year he won't earn as much as his wife, but it will be enough to have a nice life (with household staff intact) in New Bedford. She doesn't want to quit, and they play a game of brinkmanship with each other to convince the other to give up his/her job. Part of this sparring is when a judge awards David $400/month alimony from Lynn. All is settled when Lynn learns she is pregnant. New Bedford here they come.