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Prisoner Of Zenda, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Just A Jealous Woman Maybe too many mustaches for a novice, David Niven the friend of Ronald Colman, as the hero Rassendyl, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. the bad guy arriving later, all seeking Mary Astor, as Antoinette, conspiring with good will toward the kidnapped king, in The Prisoner Of Zenda, 1937.
Prisoner of Zenda, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) It's No Joke, Englishman! Ruritarians Zapt (C. Aubrey Smith) and Fritz (David Niven) awaken visiting Englishman Rassendyll (Ronald Colman) to explain that his double, the king, with whom they've been partying, has been drugged, and urgent action is required, in The Prisoner of Zenda, 1937.
Prisoner of Zenda, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Your Dynastic Obligations English Rassendyll (Ronald Colman), who has bravely replaced his look-alike, the abducted king of Ruritania, at his coronation, makes instant progress with fiancee` Princess Flavia (Madeleine Carroll), who thinks he's the less gallant original, in David Selznick's The Prisoner of Zenda, 1937.
Prisoner of Zenda, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) British Subject Joining the end of producer David O. Selznick's elaborate credits, Ronald Colman as Englishman Rassendyll disembarks from the Orient Express in Ruritania, not realizing, as all the locals do, that he's a dead ringer for their king, in The Prisoner of Zenda, 1937.
Double Harness (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Make His Future Mine Joan (Ann Harding), with her dad (Henry Stephenson) , has been wedding shopping for her sister Valerie (Lucile Browne) when they encounter man-about-town Fletcher (William Powell) for whom she, we learn, has big plans, opening Double Harness, 1931.
Double Harness (1931) -- (Movie Clip) You Even Have The Moon Trained Joan (Ann Harding) who has confided to allies her plan to snag bachelor shipping heir Fletcher (William Powell), accepts his after-theater invitation, which she predicted, to his plush San Francisco flat, in RKO's Double Harness, 1931.
Prisoner Of Zenda, The (1922) -- (Movie Clip) More Manly Englishman Rassendyll (Lewis Stone), look-alike stand-in for the detained king of Ruritania, has just been coronated, infuriating the evil duke (Stuart Holmes) but pleasing princess Flavia (Alice Terry), who doesn't know he's replaced her usually wimpy cousin, in The Prisoner Of Zenda, 1922.
Prisoner Of Zenda, The (1922) -- (Movie Clip) Rupert Of Hentzau Director Rex Ingram's initial tour of the villains, who are not credited except Ramon Novarro, in his star-making role as Rupert, and Stuart Holmes as "Black" Michael, the usurping grand duke of Ruritania, in Metro Pictures' The Prisoner Of Zenda, 1922, starring Lewis Stone.
Prisoner Of Zenda, The (1922) -- (Movie Clip) The English Rassendylls Vacationing in Ruritania, aware of blood lines shared with local royals, Rudolf Rassendyll is discovered by Col. Sapt (Robert Edeson) then introduced to the dissolute king (also Stone), Rex Ingram directing the third movie version of the Anthony Hope novel, The Prisoner Of Zenda, 1922.