Fine Manners (1926)





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With Fine Manners, silent-screen superstar Gloria Swanson ended her association with Paramount Pictures; her subsequent star-vehicle productions would be made independently through Swanson's off-screen romantic interest, financier Joseph P. Kennedy. Scripted by James Ashmore Creelman (of King Kong fame), Fine Manners casts Swanson as Orchid Murphy, a chorus girl who falls in love with waiter Brian Alden (Eugene O'Brien). Only Alden isn't really a waiter, but an incognito millionaire. Once the artifice is revealed, Alden sets about to make Murphy more "acceptable" for his upper-crust family. She goes through a grueling series of lessons in the social graces, emerging as the perfect lady--too perfect for Murphy's tastes! He begs her to be "herself" again, which, of course, she does.
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Eugene O'Brien
as Brian Alden
Gloria Swanson
as Orchid Murphy
Helen Dunbar
as Aunt Agatha
Walter Goss
as Buddy Murphy
Roland Drew
as Buddy Murphy
John Miltern
as Courtney Adams
Eugene O'Brien
as Brian Alden
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