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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

A Girl You Don't Forget (1932) DVD-R

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The two unemployed actors Paul and Max are not able to find any work and are only able to survive by selling books. A theater director is prepared to give them a chance, but he doesn’t have the money to do so. So the two actors decide to meet a rich patron at the Hotel Astoria and impress him. But Paul is much more interested in impressing beautiful Lisa, who runs into him at the hotel: He overzealously plays her protector and without knowing any better, ends up slapping, of all people, the potential backer.
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Starring Willi Forst, Dolly Haas, Oskar Sima,Max Gülstorff,Ida Wüst,Theo Lingen

Director: Fritz Kortner
Print: Black and White
Runtime: 92 Minutes
Genre: Musical, Comedy
Language: German
Subtitle: English

The two unemployed actors Paul and Max are not able to find any work and are only able to survive by selling books. A theater director is prepared to give them a chance, but he doesn’t have the money to do so. So the two actors decide to meet a rich patron at the Hotel Astoria and impress him. But Paul is much more interested in impressing beautiful Lisa, who runs into him at the hotel: He overzealously plays her protector and without knowing any better, ends up slapping, of all people, the potential backer.

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