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Ladies' Man (1931)





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A Rupert Hughes novel was the source for this soulless but sophisticated comedy-drama. William Powell is a charming roue who lives off the gifts given to him by lonely married women. In exchange, he escorts them around town (among other services) when their husbands aren't looking. The only woman Powell truly cares about is Kay Francis, who is disgusted by her lover's lifestyle. The daughter (Carole Lombard) of one of Powell's married companions falls for the rakish gentleman--which results in tragedy when Lombard's father seeks revenge for the ruination of his family. Ladies' Man is definitely no relation to the 1961 Jerry Lewis comedy of the same name.


William Powell
as Jamie Darricott
Kay Francis
as Norma Page
Carole Lombard
as Rachel Fendley
Olive Tell
as Mrs. Fendley
Gilbert Emery
as Horace Fendley
Martin Burton
as Anthony Fendley
John Holland
as Peyton Waldon
Maude Turner Gordon
as Therese Blanton
Hooper Atchley
as Headwaiter
Dick Cramer
as Private Detective
Edward Hearn
as Maitre D'
Bill O'Brien
as Elevator starter
Lee Phelps
as Desk clerk
Frank O'Connor
as News clerk
W.J. O'Brien
as Elevator Starter
Lothar Mendes
as Lobby extra
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