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A Lady's Morals (1930)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Grace Moore ...
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Paul Brandt
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Barnum
Jobyna Howland ...
Josephine
Gus Shy ...
Olaf
Gilbert Emery ...
Broughm
George F. Marion ...
Innkeeper
Paul Porcasi ...
Maretti
Giovanni Martino ...
Zerga
Bodil Rosing ...
Innkeeper's Wife
Joan Standing ...
Louise
Mavis Villiers ...
Selma
Judith Vosselli ...
Rosatti
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Drama | Musical

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8 November 1930 (USA)  »

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Jenny Lind  »

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Alternate-language version of Jenny Lind (1932) See more »

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Lovely Hour
(1929) (uncredited)
Words and Music by Carrie Jacobs Bond
Copyright 1929 by Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son
Sung first by Grace Moore offscreen
Reprised by her at P.T.Barnum's show in New York City
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Good Early performances with lots of energy.
13 July 2000 | by (Mt. Pleasant, Iowa) – See all my reviews

A Lady's Morals offers a good opportunity to catch Grace Moore in her brief career as well as a good, as always, early Wallace Beery. I find the performance of Gus Shy as the friend to be interesting and very focused. Mr. Shy's performance does register. Grace Moore shows that she was a relaxed performer.


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