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Laughter

1930, Comedy/Drama, 1h 25m

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Zeigfeld Follies beauty Peggy (Nancy Carroll) marries an older man, C. Morton Gibson (Frank Morgan). Although she soon grows tired of their sedate life, she refuses the attentions of her longtime friend, the volatile sculptor Ralph Le Saint (Glenn Anders). When pianist Paul Lockridge (Fredric March) arrives from Paris, he begs Peggy to run away with him to France, where they can share adventure and a full life -- but complications arise for Peggy when Gibson's attractive daughter visits.

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Nancy Carroll
Peggy Gibson
Fredric March
Paul Lockridge
Frank Morgan
C. Mortimer Gibson
Glenn Anders
Ralph Le Sainte
Diane Ellis
Marjorie Gibson
Harry D'Abbadie D'Arrast
Harry D'Abbadie D'Arrast
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