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A Gentleman of Paris
(1927) American
B&W : Six reels / 5927 feet
Directed by Harry d’Abbadie D’Arrast

Cast: Adolphe Menjou [Marquis de Marignan], Shirley O’Hara [Jacqueline], Nicholas Soussanin [Joseph Talineau], Lawrence Grant [General Baron de Latour Latour], Arlette Marchal [Yvonne Dufour], William Davidson (William B. Davidson) [Henri Dufour], Ivy Harris [Henriette]; Lorraine Eddy [the cloakroom girl]

Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation production; distributed by Paramount Pictures Corporation. / Associate producer, B.P. Schulberg. Screenplay (scenario) by Chandler Sprague, from an adaptation by Benjamin Glazer of the short story “Bellamy the Magnificent” by Roy Horniman. Photographed (cinematography) by Harold Rosson. Titles (intertitles) by Herman J. Mankiewicz. Editor-in-chief, Ralph Block. Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. / © 15 October 1927 by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation [LP24522]. Premiered 1 October 1927 in New York, New York. Released 15 October 1927. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / Silent film.

Comedy-Drama: Society.

Survival status: Print exists.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Domestics: Valets - France: Paris - Gambling - Relationships: Cheating, Philandering

Listing updated: 27 May 2010.

References: Film credits, film viewing : Everson-American p. 269 : Website-AFI.

Home video: DVD.

 
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