The Man Who Played God (1932) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Man Who Played God (1932)





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Having lost his hearing, a former concert pianist learns to read lips, prompting him to pry into the private lives of those he views from afar. Prominent stage actor George Arliss had made this stage-based story before in 1922, and it was reworked in 1955 as a vehicle for Liberace(!).

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George Arliss
as Montgomery Royle
Bette Davis
as Grace Blair
Violet Heming
as Mildred Miller
Louise Closser Hale
as Florence Royale
Andre Luguet
as The King
Donald Cook
as Harold Van Adam
Charles E. Evans
as The Doctor
Oscar Apfel
as The Lip Reader
Paul Porcasi
as French Concert Manager
William Janney
as First boy
Grace Durkin
as First girl
Murray Kinnell
as King's Aide
Harry Stubbs
as Chittendon
Hedda Hopper
as Alice Chittendon
Alexander Ikonnikov
as Russian officer
Wade Boteler
as Detective
Alexander Ikonnikoff
as Russian Officer
Michael Visaroff
as Russian officer
Paul Panzer
as Russian Officer
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If you enjoy a picture that Is clean and wholesome an has a philosophy of true optimism back of It you will like this George Arliss vehicle.

February 10, 2021 | Full Review…

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