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The Rose of Paris (1924)

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A French orphan who grew up in a convent sets out to see Paris. It turns out that she is the heir to a fortune but doesn't know it, and has been lured to Paris by one of the heirs who does ... See full summary »

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Robert Cain ...
Christian
John St. Polis ...
André du Vallois (as John Sainpolis)
Rose Dione ...
Madame Bolomoff
Dorothy Revier ...
Florine du Vallois
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Paul Maran
Doreen Turner ...
Yvette
Ed Brady ...
Jules (as Edwin J. Brady)
Charles Puffy ...
Victor
Carrie Daumery ...
Mother Superior
Cesare Gravina ...
George
Alice H. Smith ...
Frank Currier ...
George Der Vroo
D. Mitsoras ...
Major Domo (as D.J. Mitsoras)
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A French orphan who grew up in a convent sets out to see Paris. It turns out that she is the heir to a fortune but doesn't know it, and has been lured to Paris by one of the heirs who does know who she is; he plans to swindle her out of her inheritance so he can have everything. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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9 November 1924 (USA)  »

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A Jewel Production. Universal made a conscious business decision not to own a theater chain (a move that would pay huge dividends after the 1949 Supreme Court anti-trust decision that would impact its competitors) but was faced with the challenge of differentiating its feature product to independent theater owners. As a result, Carl Laemmle created a 3-tiered brand system: Red Feather (low-budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige pictures). Jewels were often marketed as special engagements in hopes of commanding higher roadshow ticket price levels. Universal would cease branding in late 1929. See more »

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