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Rated NR · 80 minutes · 1926

When Dr. Giraud (Monte Blue) goes to a neighboring apartment to make a complaint, he is shocked to find his old flame, dancer Georgette Lalle (Lilyan Tashman). The chance encounter rekindles a romance, and as Giraud and Georgette start to meet, he tells various cover stories to his wife, Suzanne (Patsy Ruth Miller), about needy patients. After Suzanne hears on the radio that Georgette and Giraud have won a Charleston dance contest, she finally starts to see the truth.
Director: Ernst Lubitsch
Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck
Cast: Monte Blue, Patsy Ruth Miller, Lilyan Tashman, Andre Beranger, Myrna Loy and Sidney D'Albrook

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