Approved | | Comedy, Romance
A Paris troupe puts on outlandish performances for a celebrated eighteenth-century British actor in order to convince him of their talents; the arrival of a countess complicates the plot.
"Ladies and Gentlemen", a story by Ernst Vajda, was purchased by Warner Bros. For $15,000.
Innkeeper of Adam and Eve:
You can trust the waiters with everything except wine, and actors are supposed to be worse than waiters.
There is a candelabra with full new candles in Garrick/ Germaine's room at the Adam and Eve Inn in the first Comedie Francaise sword fight. They are lopped off by the fighters. When the sword fighters come back the room to re-do the sword fight (a short time later) the candles have been restored to brand new.
Rather than saying "Produced by Mervyn LeRoy" (although LeRoy was the producer, and not James Whale) the credits read "Personally Supervised by Mervyn LeRoy".
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