The King and the Chorus Girl

Mervyn LeRoy (director)
Norman Krasna, Groucho Marx (screenwriters)
Fernand Gravey, Joan Blondell, Edward Everett Horton, Alan Mowbray (starring)

Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1937. Three vintage reference photographs from the 1937 film. One with the stamp of King Features Syndicate to the verso.

A bored, apathetic former monarch living in exile in Paris finds his joie de vivre re-ignited by a young chorus girl. Notable for being the only film to officially credit legendary comedian Groucho Marx as screenwriter.

Set in Paris.

10 x 8 inches. One Very Good plus, two Very Good, with light fading and edgewear, and one with light soil and dampstaining to the edge, and pen marks through the image.


[Book #148079]