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Rated NR · 80 minutes · 1932

Musical comedy
Andre (Maurice Chevalier) and Colette (Jeanette MacDonald) have been married for three years when temptation pays a visit. Colette's schoolmate, Mitzi (Genevieve Tobin), stops by and takes a liking to Andre. While Mitzi's advances toward Andre intensify, Colette is being romantically pursued by Andre's good friend Adolph (Charles Ruggles). Colette, oblivious to Mitzi's intentions, assumes her husband's infidelities are focused elsewhere. Similarly, Andre doesn't suspect his pal's advances.
Director: Ernst Lubitsch and George Cukor
Producer: Ernst Lubitsch
Cast: Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald, Genevieve Tobin, Charles Ruggles, Roland Young, George Barbier, Josephine Dunn, Richard Carle, Charles Judels, Barbara Leonard, Florine McKinney, Donald Novis, Charles Coleman, Eric Wilton, George Davis, Bill Elliott, Sheila Mannors, Léonie Pray and Bess Flowers

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