Bachelor Apartment (1931) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Lowell Sherman and produced by William LeBaron.
The Noel Francis Film Festival: "Bachelor Apartment" and "Smart Woman"By David on Dec 11, 2012 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
Of all the actresses who appeared in 1930s movies, Noel Francis (1906-59) was certainly one of them. Noel Francis Madison Not to be confused with Noel Madison, who was a guy, Noel Francis was an attractive blonde with a winsome expression. She had been a dancer on Broadway, appearing in the Zieg... Read full article
Bachelor Apartment (1931)By Angela on Nov 12, 2012 From Hollywood Revue
Wayne Carter (Lowell Sherman) is easily one of the most eligible bachelors in Manhattan. So many women visit his apartment that he has an entire drawer for all the things his various companions leave behind. Carter’s loyal butler Rollins (Charles Coleman) thinks he ought to settle down, but he... Read full article
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Rollins, Wayne's Butler: [holding up a diamond bracelet] Er, I found this, sir.
Wayne Carter: You find the strangest things in a bachelor's apartment.
Rollins, Wayne's Butler: Do you suppose the lady lost anything else, sir?
Wayne Carter: Well, if she did, she didn't lose it here.
Wayne Carter: Well, suppose it isn't any of the people in our set.
Herbert 'Herb' Carraway: You don't think it would be an ordinary man? Like a grocery clerk or a vacuum cleaner salesman?
Wayne Carter: No, no--Agatha might commit a sin, but she'd never commit a faux pas.
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