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Strangers May Kiss (1931) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by George Fitzmaurice and produced by George Fitzmaurice.

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O Canada Blogathon: Norma Shearer in Strangers May Kiss (or, The Dumbbell and The Jackass)

By shadowsandsatin on Oct 9, 2014 From Shadows and Satin

I?m not sure if I?ve mentioned this before, but Norma Shearer is one of my all-time favorite actresses. Her unaffected style, graceful manner, and infectious, girlish laugh combined to make her altogether delightful to watch. Not to mention that she looked darned good in a gown, and she could summon... Read full article

Strangers May Kiss (1931)

By Angela on Nov 19, 2010 From Hollywood Revue

Lisbeth Corbin (Norma Shearer) is a forward thinking young woman who isn’t one to bow to social norms.? The expectation that she particularly loathes is the idea that all women want to get married.? She and her boyfriend Alan (Neil Hamilton) are both perfectly happy with not being married.? On... Read full article

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Lisbeth Corbin: I'm in an orgy, wallowing, and I love it.

Steve: Ooh, what I heard about you in Paris, ooh.
Lisbeth Corbin: And of course, like a true knight, you refused to believe it.
Steve: Well, the first six or seven hundred times I did.

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Also directed by George Fitzmaurice

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Also released in 1931

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