Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
A prince must woo the now wealthy dancer he once abandoned in order to keep her money in the country in order to keep it from crashing economically.
With The Merry Widow (1952), MGM's remake of this film, the studio ceased further distribution of the earlier versions so as not to compete with the remake's box-office take. This film disappeared entirely for decades, not to be seen again until it ... ...
Sally - The Merry Widow:
You shouldn't have come in here.
Prince Danilo Petrovich: I know I shouldn't - but - you shouldn't be so sweet, Sally.
A title card reads "a prince has a duty to his country higher then [sic] his duty to himself," a grammatical error unusual for such a prestigious studio as MGM.
$879,399 (USA) (31 December 1926)
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