An artist pretends to be a valet to escape a woman's advances. He marries another woman but must keep painting in secret to make enough money.

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An artist pretends to be a valet to escape a woman's advances. He marries another woman but must keep painting in secret to make enough money.

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The 43 Year Old Lionel Barrymore
26 February 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I'm sorry. Silent films don't do it for me. I appreciate that Barrymore was one of the pioneers of filmmaking with his writing, directing and acting skills, but in terms of entertainment for a diverse audience, this does nothing for a multi-cultural audience.


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