Women Everywhere (1930)

06/01/1930 (US) AdventureRomanceMusic 1h 22m
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A thrilling, tuneful and colorful romance of the Foreign Legion in Morocco.

Overview

Charles Jackson, an American sea-captain and singing soldier-of-fortune, is arrested by the French Foreign Legion for running guns to the rebel forces in Morocco fighting against the rule of the French in north Africa. He is saved by Lili La Fleur, a singer/dance in a Morocco café and, through her, eventually becomes a hero to the Foreign Legion.

  1. Alexander Korda

    Director

  2. George Grossmith

    Story

  3. Zoltan Korda

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. J. Harold Murray

    Charles Jackson

  2. Fifi D'Orsay

    Lili La Fleur

  3. George Grossmith

    George Grossmith

    Aristide Brown

  4. Clyde Cook

    Clyde Cook

    Sam Jones

  5. Ralph Kellard

    Michael Kopulos

  6. Rose Dione

    Rose Dione

    Zephyrine

  7. Walter McGrail

    Walter McGrail

    Lieutenant of Legionnaires

Full Cast & Crew

Women Everywhere

Status Released

Original Language English

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