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The Great Lover (1931 film)

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The Great Lover
Directed byHarry Beaumont
Written byGene Markey
Edgar Allan Woolf
Based onThe Great Lover
1915 play
by Leo Ditrichstein
Fanny Hatton
Frederick Hatton
StarringAdolphe Menjou
Irene Dunne
CinematographyMerritt B. Gerstad
Edited byHelene Warne
Music byCharles-François Gounod
Distributed byMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • July 18, 1931 (1931-07-18)
Running time
71 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Great Lover is a 1931 American pre-Code film starring Adolphe Menjou and Irene Dunne, and directed by Harry Beaumont. The supporting cast includes Ernest Torrence and Baclanova.

Plot summary

Jean Paurel is a famous opera star, who agrees to help Diana Page her career, in order to take advantage of her. But instead he finds himself falling in love with her.



The earlier version, also based on the 1915 play, was The Great Lover (1920), starring John Sainpolis and Claire Adams.

The 1949 film The Great Lover starring Bob Hope was similar in title only.


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