Did You Know?
It was in this film that silent screen legend John Gilbert
made his talking-picture debut. His voice was said, erroneously, to have sounded high-pitched and frankly odd in a film that called for him to play a romantic swashbuckler. In fact, Gilbert's voice was not high-pitched, rather, his performance was marred by bad dialogue and nervous delivery. Audiences reportedly laughed at him at the most inappropriate moments. See more
Hungarian Comedy Overture
Music by Bela Keler See more