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Our Betters (1933) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by George Cukor and produced by David O. Selznick.

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Lady Pearl Saunders Grayston: She's an extraordinary creature; she's in love with her husband. You know, I'm convinced she's never had an affair.


Lady Pearl Saunders Grayston: Pepi, you know the most enchanting word in the English language? Perhaps.


Minnie, Duchess of Sourae: Nothing will induce me to stay in this house another night!
Lady Pearl Saunders Grayston: [as Minnie walks into the garden] It's a very slow train. Pepi'll be hungry and out of temper. You'll look your age.
[Minnie stops in her tracks, turns, comes back into the room]
Minnie, Duchess of Sourae: You promised me the luggage cart.
Lady Pearl Saunders Grayston: You shall have it! But you'll have to sit on the floor - there are no seats.
Minnie, Duchess of Sourae: Pearl, it's not going to break down on the way to the station?
Lady Pearl Saunders Grayston: Oh, how *can* you suspect me of playing a trick like that on you!
[looking slightly regretful]
Lady Pearl Saunders Grayston: It never occurred to me.


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The play opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 12 March 1917 and closed in June 1917 after 112 performances. It was revived on 20 February 1928 with Ina Claire as Pearl, Constance Collier as the Duchess, Reginald Bach (who also directed) as Thornton Clay, and with Lillian Kemble-Cooper and Madge Evans. The revival ran for 128 performances and closed in June 1928.
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