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The King and the Chorus Girl (1937)



The King and the Chorus Girl

(1937)

94 minutes

Comedy / Romance

Directed by Mervyn LeRoy

Cast:

Fernand Gravey as Alfred Bruger VII  
Joan Blondell as Miss Dorothy Ellis 
Edward Everett Horton as Count Humbert Evel Bruger 
Alan Mowbray as Donald Taylor 
Mary Nash as Duchess Anna of Elberfield 
Jane Wyman as Babette Latour 
Luis Alberni as Gaston 
Kenny Baker as Folies Bergere Soloist 
Al Shaw as Folies Bergere Dancer  
Sam Lee as Folies Bergere Dancer
Lionel Pape as Professor Kornish 
Leonard Mudie as Footman 
Adrian Rosley as Concierge 
 
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King Alfred VII is a young, good-looking, and charismatic man who is the former monarch and during his reign led a country of two million people. The only people in his life are his Count Humbert and Duchess Anna, and enough money to live a simple life in Paris where he still has enough help in his household. He has not been out during the daytime in many years and instead drinks himself to a state in which he cannot function. Nothing interests him and has a habit of visiting the cabaret where meets a chorus girl whom he brings home that same evening. He ends up passing out on her to her dismay. When Humbert and Anna see her reaction, they decide to tell Alfred she never came to see him and have her act as if he is nothing to her. Alfred takes this as a challenge and takes a liking to her. 




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