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Item# love-me-tonight-rare-imported-all-regions

Product Description

Released August, 1932

The story of a romance between Princess Jeanette (Jeanette MacDonald) and Maurice the tailor (Maurice Chevalier). Good film with plenty of depth and visual style. One of the better musical films of the early 1930s.

Produced and Directed by: Rouben Mamoulian Screenplay: Waldemar Young, Samuel Hoffenstein and George Marion Jr. (based on the play "Tailor in the Chateau" by Leopold Marchand and Paul Armont) Music Director: Nathaniel Finston Music: Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers Art Direction: Hans Dreier Set Decoration: A. E. Freudeman Costume Design: Edith Head, Travis Banton Sound: M. M. Paggi Cinematography: Victor Milner Film Editing: Rouben Mamoulian, William Shea

Cast: Maurice Chevalier [Maurice Courtelin], Jeanette MacDonald [Princess Jeanette], Charlie Ruggles [Vicomte Gilbert de Vareze], Charles Butterworth [Count de Savignac], Myrna Loy [Countess Valentine], C. Aubrey Smith [Duke d'Artelines], Elizabeth Patterson, Ethel Griffies, Blanche Frederici [Aunts], Joseph Cawthorn [Dr. Armand de Fontinac], Major Sam Harris [Bridge Player], Robert Greig [Major Domo Flammond], Ethel Wales [Madame Dutoit, Dressmaker], Marion Byron [Bakery Girl], Bert Roach [Emile], Tyler Brooke [Composer], Clarence Wilson [Shirtmaker], William H. Turner [Bootmaker], Tony Merlo [Hatmaker], Rolfe Sedan [Taxi Driver], Gordon Westcott [Collector], Gabby Hayes [Grocer], Mary Doran [Madame Dupont], George Davis [Pierre Dupont], Edgar Norton [Valet], Cecil Cunningham [Laundress], Herbert Mundin [Groom], Rita Owin [Chambermaid], George Humbert [Chef]

Musical Program: Song of Paree (Maurice Chevalier); Isn't It Romantic (Maurice Chevalier, Bert Roach, Rolfe Sedan, Tyler Brooke Mens Chorus and Jeanette MacDonald); Deer Hunter Ballet (instrumental); Lover (Jeanette MacDonald); Mimi (Maurice Chevalier; reprised by C. Aubrey Smith, Charlie Ruggles, Elizabeth Patterson, Ethel Griffies and Charles Butterworth); A Woman Needs Something Like That (Jeanette MacDonald and Joseph Cawthorn); Love Me Tonight (Jeanette MacDonald and Maurice Chevalier); The Son-of-a-Gun Is Nothing But a Tailor (C. Aubrey Smith, Robert Greig, Cecil Cunningham, Marion Byron, Edgar Norton, Rita Owin and George Humbert); The Poor Apache (Maurice Chevalier); How Are You? (Maurice Chevalier); The Man for Me (The Letter Song) (?)