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|The Grand Duchess and the Waiter|
|Directed by||Malcolm St. Clair|
|Produced by||Adolph Zukor|
Jesse L. Lasky
|Written by||John Lynch (scenario)|
|Based on||La Grande-duchesse et le garcon d'etage|
by Alfred Savoir
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|February 8, 1926|
7 reels (6,314 feet)
The Grand Duchess and the Waiter is a 1926 silent romantic comedy directed by Mal St. Clair and starring Florence Vidor and Adolphe Menjou. The film is based on a 1925 Broadway play of the same name starring stage actress Elsie Ferguson, who had recently returned to Broadway after years in the film colony. A print of this film is preserved at the Library of Congress.
- The House That Shadows Built (1931 promotional film by Paramount with excerpt of this film)
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