Ladies' Man (1931) Movie Details

Ladies' Man
Lothar Mendes
Karl Hajos , Herman Hand , John Leipold
Paramount Pictures
1 hr 16 mins
Rating: 5.5/10 from 141 users

Ladies' Man Movie Cast

William Powell
as Jamie Darricott
Kay Francis
as Norma Page
Carole Lombard
as Rachel Fendley
Gilbert Emery
as Horace Fendley
Olive Tell
as Mrs. Fendley
Martin Burton
as Anthony Fendley
John Holland
John Holland as Peyton Walden
Frank Atkinson
as Valet
Maude Turner Gordon
as Therese Blanton
Hooper Atchley
as Headwaiter
Richard Cramer
as Private detective
Edward Hearn
as Maitre D'
Lothar Mendes
as Lobby extra
William H. O'Brien
as Elevator starter
Frank O'Connor
as News clerk
Lee Phelps
as Desk clerk
Clarence Wilson
as Jeweler
Bess Flowers
as (uncredited)
John Holland
John Holland as Peyton Walden

Ladies' Man Crew List

Director :
Story : Rupert Hughes
Writer : Herman J. Mankiewicz
Original Music Composer : , ,
Cinematography : Victor Milner
Director of Photography : Victor Milner

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A society gigolo goes after a rich mother and her daughter, but tries to find true happiness with his girlfriend, who is neither rich nor in "society."

Ladies' Man

Ladies' Man is a 1931 English Film stars Lothar Mendes , Rupert Hughes , Herman J. Mankiewicz , Karl Hajos , Herman Hand , John Leipold , Victor Milner , William Powell , Kay Francis , Carole Lombard , Gilbert Emery , Olive Tell , Martin Burton , John Holland , Frank Atkinson , Maude Turner Gordon , Hooper Atchley , Richard Cramer , Edward Hearn , Lothar Mendes , William H. O'Brien , Frank O'Connor , Lee Phelps , Clarence Wilson , Wilbur Mack , Bess Flowers , John Holland , Victor Milner , directed by Lothar Mendes & music by John Leipold.