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The Latest from Paris (1928)

Ann Dolan ( Norma Shearer ), a traveling saleswoman, falls in love with Joe Adams ( Ralph Forbes ), a rival salesman for another cloak and suit firm. Their engagement is brief, however, ... See full summary »

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Ann Dolan
George Sidney ...
Sol Blogg
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Joe Adams
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Abe Littauer
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Bud Dolan
Margaret Landis ...
Louise Martin
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Bert Blevins
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Ann Dolan ( Norma Shearer ), a traveling saleswoman, falls in love with Joe Adams ( Ralph Forbes ), a rival salesman for another cloak and suit firm. Their engagement is brief, however, because Ann, who is financing her brother's education, refuses to give up her peripatetic job. Joe takes up with a shopkeeper's daughter, but he returns to Ann when her brother marries. Written by Pamela Short

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4 February 1928 (USA)  »

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A Última Moda de Paris  »

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