The Private Life of Don Juan (1934) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Alexander Korda and produced by Alexander Korda.
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The Private Life of Don Juan Directed by Alexander Korda UK, 1934 London Film Productions First viewing Lobby card featuring Merle Oberon and Douglas Fairbanks An aging Douglas Fairbanks plays an aging Don Juan in this pleasant comedy. Don Juan is tiring after 20 years in the saddle and when an ... Read full article
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Leporello: She'd look awful by daylight.
Don Juan: Well, who wants to see her by daylight?
The Impostor: Is it true he had eight hundred and fifty-seven affairs in three years?
Leporello: To be exact, nine hundred and three.
Don Juan: All girls are different. All wives are alike.
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Douglas Fairbanks's final film.
Don Juan was a real person named Miguel de Manara. In the movie, Douglas Fairbanks writes a note and signs it with that name.
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