Service for Ladies (1932)

06/20/1932 (US) ComedyRomance 1h 13m
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Max Tracey is the head waiter at a London hotel. He falls in love at first sight with Sylvia Robertson, an aristocratic woman, and poses as a prince to win her love. In this venture, he is aided by Mr. Westlake, a Ruritanian monarch who owes him a favour. When Sylvia discovers Max's deception, she is appalled, but the situation is resolved when her father tells her that he was once a hotel dishwasher.

  1. Alexander Korda

    Director

  2. Ernest Vajda

    Writer

  3. Eliot Crawshay-Williams

    Writer

  4. Lajos BirĂ³

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Leslie Howard

    Leslie Howard

    Max Tracey

  2. George Grossmith

    George Grossmith

    The King (Mr. Westlake)

  3. Benita Hume

    Benita Hume

    Countess Ricardi

  4. Elizabeth Allan

    Elizabeth Allan

    Sylvia Robertson

  5. Morton Selten

    Morton Selten

    Mr. Robertson

  6. Ben Field

    Breslmeyer

  7. Diana Churchill

    Minor Role

  8. Gilbert Davis

    Chef

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Service for Ladies

Status Released

Original Language English

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