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Parisian Love (1925)

Passed | | Crime, Drama, Romance | 1 August 1925 (USA)
Street people Armand and Marie are madly in love, and she persuades Armand and other gang members to rob the home of Pierre Marcel, a wealthy scientist. The police break up the robbery but ... See full summary »

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J. Gordon Russell ...
D'Avril (as James Gordon Russell)
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Lou Tellegen ...
Pierre Marcel
Jean De Briac ...
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Otto Matieson ...
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Alyce Mills ...
Jean D'Arcy
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Street people Armand and Marie are madly in love, and she persuades Armand and other gang members to rob the home of Pierre Marcel, a wealthy scientist. The police break up the robbery but Pierre hides Armand from them because he kept a gang member from stabbing him, but Armand is wounded in doing so. When Armand regains his health, Pierre takes him around town and introduces him to many women, and Armand has no objections. Marie - jealous of the women - swears revenge on Marcel. They meet and he falls in love with her, and they are married while Armand is away in London. On their wedding night, Marie tells Marcel she is an Apache and her revenge is complete, and she rushes into Armand's arms. But another Apache, in love with Marie, wounds her with a gun shot. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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Passed
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Amor Parisiense  »

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Parisian Love was lost for decades until a copy of the film turned up in the 1990s. The film was shown to modern audiences in 1998 at the Pordenone(sp?) Film Festival in Italy and at the UCLA Film And Television Preservation Festival. See more »

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Featured in Clara Bow: Discovering the It Girl (1999) See more »

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Clara Bow Eyes Lou Tellegen -- But Not for Love!
3 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

It's hard to believe, but on the evidence of this delight of a movie, undoubtedly true, that Louis J. "Reefer Madness" Gasnier was once a highly competent director. Even in the condensed 62-minute version currently available (with at least two obvious cuts, one of them right before the fade-out), directorial ability shines through every scene, particularly those with the three principals. As usual, Clara Bow rivets attention right from her very first entrance to her final clinch, skilfully managing the remarkable transition from energetic hoyden to graceful débutante with charisma, style and panache; while Lou Tellegen (whom I have been waiting to see for 52 years and have finally caught up with) subtly conveys the charm, presence and instant audience identification that illuminated his stage roles opposite the great Sarah Bernhardt; and, as expected, Lillian Leighton is a comic riot when her awesomely pugnacious La Frouchard transforms herself into a pillar of Parisian society.

The other players, including personable hero, Donald Keith (who disappears for a long stretch), have little to do, although "Monsieur Frouchard" provides some splendid bits of comedy inaction in the domestic fight scene when La Leighton lets loose.

Of course, you can't really take the convoluted plot (or even the characters) too seriously, but who cares? It's all great entertainment.

Beautifully photographed and most attractively costumed and set, this big-budget movie is presented on an excellent (10 out of ten) Kino DVD with "Down to the Sea in Ships".


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