Josef von Sternberg's least-known film (1936), and probably his least, period. It's a schmaltz operetta with prima donna Grace Moore. Occasionally Sternberg awakes from his slumbers to wrest a nice composition from the Ruritanian bric-a-brac, but mostly it's take the money and run. For compulsive Sternbergians only. With Franchot Tone, Walter Connolly, and Raymond Walburn.
Director: Josef von Sternberg
Producer: William Perlberg and Wilhelm Thiele
Cast: Grace Moore, Franchot Tone and Walter Connolly