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Erich von Stroheim
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John S. Robertson
Johnny Mack Brown
Release of the movie was delayed because of a lawsuit Pathé brought against MGM. Although the novel by Alphonse Daudet was in public domain in the USA, it was still under copyright protection in Europe. Pathé won the lawsuit. See more »
But I'm doing all the talking - please lets talk about you.
There isn't much to tell - I'm just a nice young woman - not too young, and not too nice - I hope!
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A Great Classic Gem of a FILM for all Future Generations!!
There is nothing sluggish or dated about this film or the great actors. Greta Garbo was a true Classic sex symbol and great actress of the Golden Era of Films! Her Classic films are studied in many drama departments of our finest Universities. Greta Garbo(Yvonne Valbert),"Conquest",'37, portrayed a woman who had many lovers over the years of her life and who fell deeply in love with a much younger man, whom you are led to believe took his virginity away from him. Robert Montgomery(Andre Mantell),"Lady in the Lake",'47, was a student and very inexperienced, however, he was charmed by the flirting of Yvonne. This is a very powerful love story which never grows old, the ending was well written and I am sure this ending was the same for many people in the same situation unfortunately!
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