INCspotlight regular Errol Flynn returns in the unfortunately mediocre melodrama Another Dawn, starring Kay Francis.
Our story is set in the fictional (?) British colony of Dickit, somewhere in India. The local garrison is commanded by Colonel John Wister (Ian Hunter), with the aid of the gallant Captain Denny Roarke (Errol Flynn), an old friend of his. During a trip to England, Wister meets Julia Ashton (Kay Francis), whose fiancé recently passed away. The two hit it off over several more encounters, and she eventually agrees to marry Wister, hoping to find contentment, if not exactly happiness, as she's still emotionally in mourning. However, after her arrival in India, she meets Roarke, and the two fall in love. Julia is torn between being a faithful wife and finding genuine love with Roarke, while Roarke faces a similar dilemma regarding his friendship with Wistin. Wistin is no fool, and when the opportunity comes for a convenient opportunity for self-sacrifice, he naturally takes it for the sake of Julia's happiness. (Hey, that's what the spoiler warning is for. Besides, it's an ending you can see coming ten minutes into the movie.)