Reserved for Ladies: Directed by Alexander Korda. With Leslie Howard, George Grossmith, Benita Hume, Elizabeth Allan. Falling in love with the aristocratic Sylvia Robertson (Elizabeth Allen), Max poses as a European prince, enlisting the aid of an amiable Ruritanian monarch (Lawrence Grossmith) who owes him a favor.
- Leslie Howard, George Grossmith, Benita Hume
- Alexander Korda
Service For Ladies is an early film by producer Alexander Korda in Great Britain before he started his London Film Company. This one was made under the auspices of Paramount Pictures shot over on the other side of the pond and released in America and in the United Kingdom under their white mountain banner.
When Sylvia finds out the truth, she is both shocked and appalled, but all is patched up when her own father (Morton Selten) reveals that he himself was once a lowly hotel dishwasher. Previously filmed in 1927 with Adolphe Menjou, Service for Ladies was released in the U.S. as Reserved for Ladies. Merle Oberon, later a star in her own right as well as the wife of director Alexander Korda, shows up in a bit role.
Jul 01, 1973 · "The Gallery Will Be Reserved for Ladies". The Annals of Iowa. 1973 7; 42(1) :1-16. doi: 10.17077/0003-4827.11166 . Show: Harvard Citation Style | APA Citation ...
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Reserved for Ladies -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits. Opening credits for Hungarian-born Alexander Korda's first film as a director, Reserved for Ladies, 1932, from a story by equally Hungarian Ernest Vajda, starring Leslie Howard. View the TCMDb entry for Reserved for Ladies (1932)