The Duchess of Buffalo (1926)

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Constance Talmadge's sole 1926 effort was the forgettable comedy The Duchess of Buffalo. Set in a country that seems to be Russia, the story gets under way when Lieutenant Vladimir Orloff (Tulio Carminati) falls in love with American chorus girl Marian Duncan (Constance Talmadge). Likewise fascinated by Marian is Grand Duke Gregory Alexandrovich (Edward Martindel). When Marian receives a diamond stickpin from an anonymous admirer, the Grand Duke is given what-for by his wife, while Orloff is sentenced to be shot at sunrise. Teaming up with Marian to rescue the Grand Duke from a court scandal, Orloff is spared from execution and permitted a happily-ever-after with the heroine. Based on the Hungarian play Sybil, The Duchess of Buffalo didn't do quite as well at the box office as Talmadge's previous vehicles.
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NR
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Comedy , Drama
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Constance Talmadge
as Marian Duncan
Tullio Carminatti
as Vladimir Orloff
Chester Conklin
as Hotel Manager
Edward Martindel
as Grand Duke Gregory Alexandrovich
Lawrence Grant
as Commandant
Rose Dione
as Grand Duchess Olga Petrovna
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