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His Private Life (1928 film)
|His Private Life|
|Directed by||Frank Tuttle|
|Screenplay by||Ethel Doherty
George Marion Jr.
|Produced by||Jesse L. Lasky
|Cinematography||Henry W. Gerrard|
|Edited by||Verna Willis|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
His Private Life is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and written by Ethel Doherty, George Marion Jr., Keene Thompson, and Ernest Vajda. The film stars Adolphe Menjou, Kathryn Carver, Margaret Livingston, Eugene Pallette, André Cheron, and Sybil Grove. The film was released on November 17, 1928, by Paramount Pictures.
In France, Georges St. Germain finds himself in love with Eleanor Kent, a nice American. Having discovered that she is a great friend of Yvette, his ex-girlfriend now the wife of the very jealous Henri Bérgère, Georges takes the initiative to go and stay in the Bérgère's hotel, hoping to be able to attend Eleanor without problems. Her move, however, is interpreted by Yvette as a flashback to her, which also triggers her husband's jealousy. Georges will be able to definitively conquer the beautiful American, despite the misunderstandings and jealousies aroused in spite of himself.
- Adolphe Menjou as Georges St. Germain
- Kathryn Carver as Eleanor Trent
- Margaret Livingston as Yvette Bérgere
- Eugene Pallette as Henri Bérgere
- André Cheron as Maurice
- Sybil Grove as Maid
- Paul Guertzman as Stupid boy
- Alex Melesh as Salesman
- Alex Woloshin as Hotel clerk
- Tania Akron as Pierette (uncredited)
- Phillips Holmes as Pierrot (uncredited)
- Lupino Lane as Bit Part (uncredited)
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