Gigolettes Of Paris (October 6, 1933)

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 Madge Bellamy in Gigolettes of Paris
 

Released on October 6, 1933: A young girl in Paris becomes a gigolette, flirting with any man to get jewelry and money from him before dumping him for her next victim.

Directed by Alphonse Martell

The Actors: Madge Bellamy (Suzanne Ricord), Gilbert Roland (Antoine 'Tony' Ferrand, Suzanne's gigolo friend), Natalie Moorhead (Diane Valraine), Theodore von Eltz (Albert Valraine), Molly O'Day (Paulette), Henry Kolker (police interrogator), Paul Porcasi (the man who buys Suzanne a pearl necklace), Albert Conti (Mr. Marchand, the man who gives Suzanne an expensive watch), Ferdinand Schumann-Heink (Louie the nightclub waiter), Maude Truax (Madame Piniot, landlady), Lester New (unknown), Robert Bolder (unknown)

 

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Learning the Rules of the Game of Love

Suzanne, played by Madge Bellamy, is a young sexy blonde working in a perfume boutique in Paris who is spotted by dashing and wealthy Albert, played by silent screen star Theodore von Eltz. The wealthy man sweeps Suzanne off her feet, and he gives her a huge and unique diamond ring for her engagement finger.

Unfortunately, von Eltz is a man who likes to play with his women and then discard them when he gets bored. One day he deftly takes the unique diamond ring from her finger and informs her that the game is over, it is time to move on.

When we next see Suzanne she is singing a song in a nightclub, and the song advertises her as a gigolette. After the song she sits with her gigolo best friend Tony, played by Gilbert Roland. We discover that Suzanne and Tony earn their living by providing romantic adventure for lonely and usually married men and women.

One evening in the nightclub Suzanne sees the unique engagement ring that she used to wear on the hand of a lady that Tony is dancing with. Suzanne convinces Tony to get that ring from the woman when she learns that the woman is now the wife of the man who dumped her. Tony is a talented gigolo, and he easily convinces the blonde with the ring to give it to him, and Suzanne will soon have her revenge on the man who broke her heart and turned her into a gigolette.

Unfortunately, while Suzanne is enjoying her career of breaking men’s hearts after accepting their lavish gifts, Tony has had enough of the game of love for money because he has fallen deeply in love with Suzanne. When he asks Suzanne to quit the business and get married, she refuses because she is enjoying her game of love-them-and-leave-them too much.

Tony leaves disheartened, and is later put in a Paris jail, and Suzanne never sees him again. With Tony no longer in her life, Suzanne realizes that the game of love is no longer as satisfying, and she dearly wants her Tony. When she cannot find him, she goes to the French Riviera to forget, if she can. . . . But of course, she cannot. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Gilbert Roland and Madge Bellamy
Gilbert Roland and Madge Bellamy
Albert Conti
Albert Conti
Gilbert Roland and Madge Bellamy
Gilbert Roland and Madge Bellamy
Henry Kolker
Henry Kolker
Henry Kolker
Henry Kolker
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy and Paul Porcasi
Madge Bellamy and Paul Porcasi
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy and Theodore von Eltz
Madge Bellamy and Theodore von Eltz
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy and Albert Conti
Madge Bellamy and Albert Conti
Madge Bellamy
Madge Bellamy
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day and Madge Bellamy
Molly O'Day and Madge Bellamy
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Molly O'Day
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead and Gilbert Roland
Natalie Moorhead and Gilbert Roland
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Paul Porcasi and Madge Bellamy
Paul Porcasi and Madge Bellamy
Paul Porcasi
Paul Porcasi
Roland Gilbert and Madge Bellamy
Roland Gilbert and Madge Bellamy
Roland Gilbert
Roland Gilbert
Theodore von Eltz
Theodore von Eltz
Theodore von Eltz and Madge Bellamy
Theodore von Eltz and Madge Bellamy
Theodore von Eltz and Madge Bellamy
Theodore von Eltz and Madge Bellamy
Theodore von Eltz
Theodore von Eltz