Michael Convertino


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Madame X (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Too Good for You Jacqueline (Ruth Chatterton) engages in cynical chat with Laroque (Ullrich Haupt), the Alsatian hustler who will become her victim, in the 1929 version of Madame X, directed by Lionel Barrymore.
Madame X (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Clean, Honest Things Jacqueline (Ruth Chatterton), on her sojourn in China, rejects the advances of Naval officer Darrell (Carroll Nye) in Madame X, 1929, directed by Lionel Barrymore, from Alexandre Bisson's play.
Madame X (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits Opening credit sequence for the first talkie-version of Madame X, 1929, directed by Lionel Barrymore, from the play by Alexandre Bisson, starring Ruth Chatterton and Lewis Stone.
Madame X (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Not So Sudden With Wives After a lurid opening introducing his wife, (Gladys George, title character), we meet Warren William as Parisian attorney Fleuriot, George Zucco the family doctor, treating their stricken son, in what was already the fourth movie version of Madame X, 1937, directed by Sam Wood.
Madame X (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Our Next Port Is Glasgow Having fled Paris in shame, we discover that Gladys George (title character) is working as a governess on the Riviera, rebuffing advances of a friend of her employers (William Henry), then rightly realizing that her ex-husband is looking for her, in Madame X, 1937.
Madame X (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Ever Been A Hostess? Now in New Orleans, selling her belongings to get by, shamed Parisian Jacqueline (Gladys George, title character) finds a new situation with Nora (Cora Witherspoon) and saloon owner Scipio (Luis Alberni), in Madame X, 1937, co-starring Warren William.
Madame X (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I Was A French Lady Now in Buenos Aires, we meet Lerocle (Henry Daniell), who intervenes when the title character (Gladys George, whom we last saw fleeing New Orleans) is threatened by the proprietor (Paul Porcasi) of their hotel, in MGM's 1937 version of Madame X.