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Enter Madame! (1935)

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Man marries opera singer, winds up taking back seat to her career.

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Cast

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Lisa Della Robbia
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Gerald Fitzgerald
Lynne Overman ...
Mr. Farnum
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Flora Preston (as Sharon Lynne)
Michelette Burani ...
Bice
Paul Porcasi ...
Archimede
Adrian Rosley ...
Doctor
Cecilia Parker ...
Aline Chalmers
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John Fitzgerald
Wilfred Hari ...
Tamamoto
Torben Meyer ...
Carlson
Harold Berquist ...
Bjorgenson
Diana Lewis ...
Operator
Richard Bonelli ...
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Flora's Shipboard Friend (as Clara Lou Sheridan)
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Man marries opera singer, winds up taking back seat to her career.

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opera | based on play | See All (2) »

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Comedy | Romance

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4 January 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Mi marido se casa  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on January 10, 1938 with Sharon Lynn reprising her film role. See more »

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Archimede: Those truffles have come from my farm in Tuscany. Rigoletto and I hunted for them last June. He with his nose and I with my stick - to hit him on the nose when he find the truffle. He loves truffles, Rigoletto
Flora Preston: Mercy! Who is Rigoletto? Your son?
Archimede: No. My pig, Madame
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Archimede: A great hunter of truffles, my Rigoletto
Flora Preston: What a strange name for a pig
Archimede: Why not, Madame? He enjoys it, poor fellow. It gives him some style before the other pigs. My cow, I name her Aida; my ox: Don Giovanni. Oh, they're all ...
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Version of Enter Madame (1922) See more »

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Cavalleria Rusticana
Music by Pietro Mascagni
Libretto by Guido Menasci and Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti
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Mediocre romantic comedy; hampered by a lack of chemistry between Lundi and Grant
13 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Heavily inspired by the success that opera singer Gracie Moore had found with picture ONE NIGHT OF LOVE, the considerably less successful ENTER MADAME follows the turbulent relationship between an Opera prima donna (Elissa Landi) and a wealthy fan (Cary Grant) as her career frequently interferes with the quality of their off-again/on-again marriage. The Italian-born Landi (whose singing voice is agreeably dubbed by Nina Koshetz) captures the appropriate poise and aura of a true diva, and Grant lends her able support, but the two have no real chemistry in their scenes together, which causes much of the film to fizzle. Although the simple story is effectively plotted, nicely placed, and features winning supporting performances by Lynne Overman, Frank Albertson, and Adrian Rosley, the picture is simply never able to fully recover from the lack of interest in the relationship between to film's two central characters. It becomes difficult to care much about the characters played by Lundi and Grant after their admittedly entertaining first meeting, and this prevents the otherwise well-made film from rising above mediocrity.


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