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Reserved for Ladies (1932) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Alexander Korda and produced by Alexander Korda.

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Mr. Robertson: Confound these French menus. They're Greek to me.

Sylvia Robertson: [nods toward foreigner] Russian.
Mr. Robertson: Armenian.
Sylvia Robertson: Maybe Bulgarian.
Mr. Robertson: Vulgarian.
Mr. Robertson: Whatever he is, he's got whiskers like a goat.

Mr. Westlake: And how goes things at the Palace? All your guests quite happy?
Max Tracey: Oh, much the same as usual, sir. Everyone tends to be pessimistic before dinner and optimistic after dinner.
Mr. Westlake: And the ladies?
Max Tracey: The sins of the mothers have become the principles of the daughters.

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In the original British version, Merle Oberon had an uncredited minor supporting role, but this was deleted in the twenty minutes of footage that was eliminated from the USA release version, which opened in New York City in May 1932 and was first telecast on Turner Classic Movies in March 2009.
One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since.
Filmed in the transitional early sound ratio of 1.20:1, the modern day adaption to the standard post 1931 4:3 ratio results in the tops of heads being cropped off in several scenes.
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