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    Ernst Lubitsch -- (Movie Promo) TCM Spotlight, December 2012

    TCM's original promo for our December, 2012 programming spotlight, the films of the celebrated writer, director and producer Ernst Lubitsch, Fridays throughout the month starting at 8pm ET

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Ernst Lubitsch -- (Movie Promo) TCM Spotlight,...
TCM's original promo for our December, 2012 programming...
Ernst Lubitsch -- (Movie Promo) TCM Spotlight, December 2012
TCM's original promo for our December, 2012 programming spotlight, the films of the celebrated writer, director and producer Ernst Lubitsch, Fridays throughout the month starting at 8pm ET>
Robert Osborne Intro -- The Smiling Lieutenant...
Robert Osborne Intro -- The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
Robert Osborne Intro -- The Smiling...
Robert Osborne Intro -- The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
Robert Osborne Introduces The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931. >
Smiling Lieutenant, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) How...
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Summoned to account for the crime of smiling at the visiting princess (Miriam Hopkins), Viennese soldier Niki (Maurice Chevalier) rolls the dice with her father the king (George Barbier), in Ernst Lubitsch's The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931.>
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As exemplary as an Ernst Lubitsch opening can be, Viennese soldier Niki (Maurice Chevalier), visited twice but not seen, then opening with a song by Oscar Straus and Clifford Grey, in The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931.>
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On the very night they met, Viennese soldier Niki (Maurice Chevalier) has wooed violinist Franzi (Claudette Colbert, in a rare vocal performance) to his pad, where they engage in a song by Oscar Straus and Clifford Grey, in Ernst Lubitsch's The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931.>
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