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Drama | Romance
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Stars: Gloria Swanson, David Powell, Harrison Ford
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Indiscreet (1931)
Certificate: Passed Comedy | Drama | Musical
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A young woman jeopardizes the relationship with the man she loves when a no-account from her past shows up.

Director: Leo McCarey
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The trial and tribulations of a strong-willed woman who elopes and gives birth out of wedlock without telling her ex-husband.

Director: Edmund Goulding
Stars: Gloria Swanson, Robert Ames, Purnell Pratt
Fine Manners (1926)
Comedy
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Fine Manners is a 1926 American black-and-white silent comedy film directed initially by Lewis Milestone and completed by Richard Rosson for Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount Pictures. After ... See full summary »

Directors: Richard Rosson, Lewis Milestone
Stars: Gloria Swanson, Eugene O'Brien, Helen Dunbar
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Director: Allan Dwan
Stars: Gloria Swanson, Rod La Rocque, Ricardo Cortez
Stage Struck (1925)
Comedy
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A young woman dreams of becoming a great actress. When her boyfriend starts to flirt with an actual actress, she becomes jealous and decides to fight with her rival.

Director: Allan Dwan
Stars: Gloria Swanson, Lawrence Gray, Gertrude Astor
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Gloria suffers through 20 costume changes
19 March 2007 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

She's a society wife in a New York gilded cage bigger than the Time Warner Center, and her shady Wall Street husband keeps pressing her to charm his business prospects, for as some flowery title card informs us, the toughest negotiator can fall to the flame of a comely miss, or something like that. A college buddy of his still in love with Gloria enters into a Mexican oil leasing deal with him, sending the romantic triangle down to Mexico, where some Mexican bandits in unconvincing pancake makeup menace everybody and Gloria realizes what a chump she's been. (This is the kind of movie where who she'll end up with is never in doubt -- the better-looking of the two, of course.) The film was so ridiculous in its portrait of Mexican bandits that Mexico briefly banned all Paramount pictures. There's little subtlety and Gloria isn't much more than a clothes horse, but she has some vivacity, and it's fun to see her at 25 or so playing older and more sophisticated than she was. There's not a trace of Norma Desmond here, and silly as it is, it's a handsome production.


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