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A Regular Fellow (1925)

Prince Alexis is the son of the king of a small European country. His duties, though fairly unimportant, nevertheless keep him so busy that he has no time for anything else. One day he ... See full summary »

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(story) (as Joseph Mitchell), (story) (as Reginald Morris) | 1 more credit »
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The Prince
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King (as Tyrone Power)
Edgar Norton ...
Valet
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Revolutionary
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Prime Minister
Kathleen Kirkham ...
Girl's companion
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Michael Dark ...
Lincoln Plumer ...
Tourist guide
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Princess (as Jacqueline Gadsden)
Jere Austin ...
Lover (as Jerry Austin)
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Buddy the Dog ...
Dog
Granville Redmond
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Prince Alexis is the son of the king of a small European country. His duties, though fairly unimportant, nevertheless keep him so busy that he has no time for anything else. One day he meets and falls in love with a pretty young girl and wants to spend as much time with her as possible, but the royal advisers won't allow it, as it would take away from his duties. To make matters worse, his father dies and Alexis becomes king. Frustrated at his position and his inability to spend time with the woman he loves, he comes up with a novel plan to solve his problems. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Enough laughs to keep a humorist happy

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5 October 1925 (USA)  »

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He's a Prince  »

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It is revealed in the December 1, 1926 issue of Cinéa - Ciné Pour Tous magazine, that the manager of the Lutetia theater in Paris, France, stopped showing the film on the second evening, fearing that the film would be perceived by some as anti royalist and it would mean trouble for him. See more »

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