Webb and Samuel Hoffenstein. Anything I can do for you? All of them plus the Continental, help to make the new Music Hall show the source of a good deal of innocent merriment. Follow the Fleet Mark Sandrich directs the thing with a maximum of fuss and style.
Oh, I'll admit I'm not proud of it, but I hope to do better someday. Act I After You, Who? An American woman travels to England to seek a divorce from her absentee husband, where she meets - and falls for - a dashing performer. Dwight Taylor Adapted by: Meanwhile, the real co-respondent—a cheerful, dandified Italian named Rodolfo Tonetti—searches the hotel for his liaison, giving increasingly mangled versions of the password to every woman he meets. Later, Hortense, who was once engaged to Egbert, brings the unhappily married Mimi to his office to discuss divorce proceedings.
Share this Rating Title: When things go wrong. Although furious at Guy, Mimi accepts his coat and calling card, then storms away without revealing her name or address. Guy Holden, an American writer traveling in England, falls madly in love with a woman named Mimi, who disappears after their first encounter. Get listed in the most prominent screenplays collection on the web! Although at first defiant and unyielding, Cyril gives in to Mimi's divorce demands when a hotel waiter unwittingly reveals to the group that he had met Cyril under a different name and with a different "wife" in tow. We're passing through Paris on our way.