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The Great Lover (1949) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Alexander Hall .

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John Gilbert: "The Great Lover".

By Dawn on Apr 11, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

John Gilbert, actor and a major star of the silent film era. Known as "the great lover", he rivaled even Rudolph Valentino as a box office draw. Though he was unsuccessful in making the transition to talkies, his decline as a star in fact had to do with studio politics and money and not the sound of... Read full article


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Freddie Hunter: Where do you think I'm from, Kokomo? I'm from North Zanesville, brother! The *big* town!


Freddie Hunter: I promise I'll be a good Boy Forrester.
Stanley Wilson: Loyal? Cheerful? Hopeful? Truthful? Brave and clean?
Freddie Hunter: Brave and clean.
Stanley Wilson: No tobacco? No alcohol?
Freddie Hunter: No tobacco. No alcohol.
Stanley Wilson: No women?
Freddie Hunter: No tobacco.


C.J. Dabney: The wonderful thing about Paris is that you can get French champagne at domestic prices.


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"Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on March 22, 1951 with Bob Hope and Rhonda Fleming reprising their film roles.
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