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The Night Club (1925)

 -  Comedy  -  27 April 1925 (USA)
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Afer having been stood up at his own wedding, a young man vows that he will have nothing more to ever do with women. However, he soon discovers that he has been left a fortune--on condition... See full summary »

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Afer having been stood up at his own wedding, a young man vows that he will have nothing more to ever do with women. However, he soon discovers that he has been left a fortune--on condition that he gets married. Deciding that being rich and married would be preferable to being broke and single, he goes in search of a wife, but things don't turn out quite the way he planned. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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farce | bachelor | based on play

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Not since the discovery of Chaplin has a new screen comedian flashed into such sensational popularity as had Raymond Griffith.

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27 April 1925 (USA)  »

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After Five  »

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Film without Dialogue
12 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

It's a pity that there was no dialogue in this film. The play was quite wordy, and in most of DeMille's talking films you find that there is a lot of fluffy dialogue without intimacy. I admire his efforts as a writer, but I don't think much of him as a writer. He is more of a painter than a writer.


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