Count D'Estrange tries to save his nephew Hubert from Denise Laverne he believes a heartless flirt. Denise's mother Mme. Florence Laverne uses all her charms to solve the problems. Finally ... See full summary »
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Count D'Estrange tries to save his nephew Hubert from Denise Laverne he believes a heartless flirt. Denise's mother Mme. Florence Laverne uses all her charms to solve the problems. Finally Count D'Estrange marries Mme. Florence Laverne. Both couples leave for a honeymoon in Venice Written by Robert

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2 June 1928 (USA)  »

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Ihr großer Flirt  »

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The Magnificent Flirt (1928) -- Lost Film ?
11 August 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Count D'Estrange ( Albert Conti ), a sophisticated man, is trying to save his nephew, Hubert ( Matty Kemp ), from the daughter, Denise ( Loretta Young ), of Madame Laverne ( Florence Vidor ), whom he believes to be a heartless flirt, succumbs to the mother in spite of efforts to fight off fascination. To discourage Hubert, he tries to compromise Madame Laverne, but she tricks him into marrying her. However, all ends happily with the couples on their way to a double honeymoon in Venice.

This 1928 comedy was based from the novel Maman by José Germain Drouilly and produced by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation. Starring Florence Vidor, Albert Conti, Matty Kemp and Loretta Young in her tenth film. Sadly the status of this film is listed as unknown, suggesting it may now be lost.


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