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Trouble in Paradise (1932)

Trouble in Paradise
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Kay Francis Kay Francis
Madame Mariette Colet
Herbert Marshall Herbert Marshall
Gaston Monescu
Charles Ruggles Charles Ruggles
The Major
Edward Everett Horton Edward Everett Horton
François Filiba
C. Aubrey Smith C. Aubrey Smith
Adolph J. Giron
Robert Greig Robert Greig
Jacques, Mariette's Butler
Luis Alberni Luis Alberni
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High class European thief Gaston Monesque meets his soul mate Lily, a pickpocket masquerading as a countess. The two join forces and come under the employ of Mme. Colet, the beautiful owner of the Colet perfume company. Gaston works as Mme. Colet's personal secretary under the alias Monsieur Laval. Rumors start to fly as 'M. Laval' steals Mme. Colet away from her other suitors. When the secret of his true identity catches up to him, Gaston is caught between the two beautiful women.
Release date: 21 October 1932
UPC: 715515013123
Tags: Comedy (6), 1932 (5), Romance (5), Crime (4), 1930s (4), B&w (3), Secretary (3), Jealousy (3), Thief (2), Antique (2), Screwball (2), Bw (2), Romantic Comedy (2), Pre-code (2), Perfume (2), Embezzlement (1), Garbage Collector (1), Love Triangle (1), Farce (1), Insurance (1)
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