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Devil-May-Care (1929)

TV-G  |   |  Musical, Romance  |  27 December 1929 (USA)
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Armand de Treville
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Leonie de Beaufort
Marion Harris ...
Countess Louise
John Miljan ...
Lucien DeGrignon
William Humphrey ...
George Davis ...
Groom
Clifford Bruce ...
Gaston
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27 December 1929 (USA)  »

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Battle of the Ladies  »

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$487,000 (estimated)
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Charming
(1929) (uncredited)
Music by Herbert Stothart
Lyrics by Clifford Grey
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Novarro Passes the "Talkie" Test
12 August 2013 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

Amusingly escaping a firing squad, handsome French officer Ramon Novarro (as Armand de Treville) hides out in a young woman's boudoir. He's a supporter of Napoleon Bonaparte, banished from power by Louis XVIII in the opening minutes. Royalists continue to chase Mr. Novarro, who eventually takes refuge as a footman named "Charles" in another woman's southern château. His political enemies do not stand a chance, as Mr. Novarro is too clever and agile to be pinned down. He also makes feminine hearts flutter. In this case, they are Marion Harris (as Louise) and Dorothy Jordan (as Leonie)...

Although Ms. Jordan gets her heart broken, this time, she will get another chance with Novarro "In Gay Madrid" (1930). Sidney Franklin is patient and careful with the direction. On set, much of the singing and dialogue had to be recorded live. On location, dubbing and action are of fine quality. MGM edited in a Technicolor segment (alas, Novarro does not appear in color). "Devil-May-Care" was the first opportunity for millions to hear Novarro speak in an "All-talking!" motion picture. As is plainly evident, the silent star turned out to almost as loved by the microphone as he was by the camera.

****** Devil-May-Care (12/22/29) Sidney Franklin ~ Ramon Novarro, Marion Harris, Dorothy Jordan, John Miljan


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