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Her Wedding Night (1930)

An American movie star vacationing in France gets mixed up with a songwriter, mistaken identity, and winds up married to someone she doesn't know.

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Norma Martin
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Larry Charters
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Bertie Bird
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An American movie star vacationing in France gets mixed up with a songwriter, mistaken identity, and winds up married to someone she doesn't know.

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28 September 1930 (USA)  »

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Paramount held a billiards championship between takes during this film's production October 29th, 1930. Clara Bow, Charles Ruggles, Rosita Moreno and Geneva Mitchell all competed, and Bow won "by a straight run of three." See more »

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Alternate-language version of Su noche de bodas (1931) See more »

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A farce from Broadway, many good scenes but not sustained
16 May 2000 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Norma Martin (Clara Bow) is an American movie star in France trying to avoid the attention of men. Going to visit a friend in Southern France, she finds herself "married" to a playboy song writer Ralph Forbes (Larry Charters) she hadn't yet met. Some of his lady friends then show up.

Some very good sequences, but also some flat spots. Her "husband's" house is very Hollywood deco and some of the costumes are very good.


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