Humphrey Pearson


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Consolation Marriage (1931) - Goodbye With A Smile First scene for Irene Dunne, as "Mary," some exposition as her pianist boyfriend Aubrey (Lester Vail) departs to marry a woman he doesn't love, shortly after co-star Pat O'Brien (not seen) got jilted, early in Consolation Marriage, 1931.
Consolation Marriage (1931) - I Need To Be Lied To Recently jilted reporter "Rollo" (Pat O'Brien) is being consoled by his editor Jeff (John Halliday) when he meets the equally-dumped Mary (Irene Dunne) for the first time, in RKO's Consolation Marriage, 1931.
Consolation Marriage (1931) - Rub It Till It Growls Reporter Steve (sometimes "Rollo," Pat O'Brien) visits girlfriend Elaine (bracingly blonde Myrna Loy) after a long stint overseas, and gets real bad news, early in Consolation Marriage, 1931.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - One Of Those Indian Places Beginning with nouveau-riche Americans Egbert (Charlie Ruggles) and Effie (Mary Boland), discussing Charles Laughton (title character,) a valet, about to be informed by his employer the Earl (Roland Young) that he's been lost in a card game, early in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap< 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - That Ruthless Reality In Paris, English valet Ruggles (Charles Laughton) tries to keep up as his new American employer Floud (Charlie Ruggles) ditches his wife's cultural instructions and trashes social barriers, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - Superlative Sauce Valet Charles Laughton (title character), at his first social in his new American home town, meets forthright widow Mrs. Judson (ZaSu Pitts), having given up resisting his new employers' determination to declare him a colonel, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - The Gentleman's Present Condition His first day with his new American employers shopping in Paris, Charles Laughton (title character) mediates between Egbert (Charlie Ruggles) and Effie (Mary Boland) Floud, and a snooty salesman (Armand Kaliz), in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.

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