Passed | | Drama, Romance
A courtesan and an idealistic young man fall in love, only for her to give up the relationship at his status-conscious father's request.
The film contains many before-their-time innovations. These include: Marguerite's high "Afro" wig in the theatre scene at the beginning, an open fire pit set in the middle of her living room and doors that open automatically at approach.
Not until you put a jewel in my hand.
On 14 February 2002, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) broadcast the television premiere of the film with a new score by Peter Vantine, and a running time of 70 minutes. Vantine won the privilege of providing the score from a nationwide contest conducted by TCM, in which there were 375 entries. This version can be seen as a special feature on the Warner Bros. Home Video DVD for Camille (1936), released in 2005.
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