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Reserved for Ladies (1932)
"Service for Ladies" (original title)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  20 June 1932 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Max Tracey
George Grossmith ...
The King (Mr. Westlake)
Benita Hume ...
Countess Ricardi
Elizabeth Allan ...
Sylvia Robertson (as Elizabeth Allen)
Morton Selten ...
Mr. Robertson
Ben Field ...


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Comedy | Romance





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20 June 1932 (USA)  »

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Reserved for Ladies  »

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In the original British version, Merle Oberon had an uncredited minor supporting role, but this was deleted in the twenty minutes of footage that was eliminated from the USA release version, which opened in New York City in May 1932 and was first telecast on Turner Classic Movies in March 2009. See more »


Mr. Westlake: And how goes things at the Palace? All your guests quite happy?
Max Tracey: Oh, much the same as usual, sir. Everyone tends to be pessimistic before dinner and optimistic after dinner.
Mr. Westlake: And the ladies?
Max Tracey: The sins of the mothers have become the principles of the daughters.
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Light, slight story, but very sweet

There is not a whole lot of story or plot, but the cast members are uniformly talented and their characters are generally likable.

That plus the production values and the interesting look at England, and especially London, in the early 1930s make "Service for Ladies" a pleasant entertainment.

I saw this on Turner Classic Movies and, as I have found with so many English movies on TCM, the sound was rather garbled and hard to understand.

Perhaps it's just the age of the film -- I mean, surely it's not the age of the ears.

Regardless, "Service for Ladies" is fun, definitely watchable.

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