Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Date of Release: April 9, 1932
Running Time: 77 minutes
Director: Jack Conway
Screenplay: Ivor Novello (also play The Truth Game)
Cinematography: Oliver T. Marsh
Film Editing: Tom Held
Art Direction: Cedric Gibbons
Costume Design: Adrian
Recording Engineer: Douglas Shearer
Assistant Director: Al Shenberg
-BUT THE FLESH IS WEAK
CAST:
Robert Montgomery...
Max Clement
Nora Gregor...Mrs. Rosine Brown
Heather Thatcher...Lady Joan Culver
Edward Everett Horton...Sir George Kelvin
Nils Asther...Prince Paul
C. Aubrey Smith...Florian Clement
Frederick Kerr...Duke of Hampshire
Eva Moore...Lady Ridgway
Forrester Harvey...Gooch
Desmond Roberts...Findley
Wilson Benge...Waters, the Duke's butler (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten...Man at Party (uncredited)
Ray Milland...Mr. Stewart (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer...Man at Party (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Max Clement and his father are a pair of fortune hunters seeking to marry
wealthy women. Max falls in love with Rosine, who he thinks is rich, but it
turns out she's as poor as he is. When his father gets in some trouble
gambling, Max agrees to marry Lady Joan to keep his father out of jail. This
is a bit of a reverse on the usual gold-digger theme--its usually the ladies
we see cast in this role. One problem: the character of Lady Joan is much
more appealing than that of Rosine.
-BUT THE FLESH IS WEAK PHOTO GALLERY
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