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Heart to Heart (1928)

A Midwestern American girl, now the widow of an Italian prince,is invited to return for a visit with her Aunt. Anticipating she will be dressed in fabulous ceremonial garb, they fail to ... See full summary »

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Princess Delatorre / Ellen Guthrie
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Philip Lennox
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Aunt Katie Boyd
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Uncle Joe Boyd
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A Midwestern American girl, now the widow of an Italian prince,is invited to return for a visit with her Aunt. Anticipating she will be dressed in fabulous ceremonial garb, they fail to recognize her in street clothes, mistaking her for a seamstress, which she goes along with for fun. Written by WesternOne

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You'll Shake!--Quake! Laff, and Laff Some More See more »

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22 July 1928 (USA)  »

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Frente a Frente  »

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Aproximately one reel is missing in the only known extant print, held by the Library of Congress. See more »

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Mary gets to cut loose, and she's a vision
25 March 2015 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Charming silent comedy, wherein Mary Astor, a Midwesterner who somehow became an impoverished Italian princess, decides to visit her old hometown, and Aunt Louise Fazenda and Uncle Lucien Littlefield. For plot reasons not worth going into, she infiltrates the household and at first impersonates a dressmaker, and reestablishes contact with old flame Lloyd Hughes. Complications, as they say, ensue, and the happy ending's never far away. After playing so many heavy-breathing romantic leads, this must have been a pick-me-up for Mary, who's gorgeous and spirited, and she's well paired opposite the unassuming Hughes. There's a lovely small-town atmosphere, the title cards are witty, and it has pace.


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