Expensive Husbands: In this romantic comedy, faded movie actress Laurine Lynne decides to take a trip to Europe rather than continue to be depressed by her lack of career momentum in Hollywood. She leaves a boyfriend, polo champion Ricky Preston and her loyal agent, Joe Craig in Hollywood, and travels to an unspecified region of Europe for a stay at a posh hotel. Accompanying her is her smart-aleck maid Trommy. While staying at the hotel, she is annoyed by a cheeky waiter, who, it is revealed, is actually Prince Rupert Heinrich Franz von Rentzau working incognito. Laurine is further annoyed to learn that back in Hollywood, her rival, Sandra Drew, has gotten the part she wanted due to the publicity surrounding her marriage to nobility. Laurine arranges to marry a nobleman solely because of his title, who turns out to be Prince Rupert. They honeymoon briefly and happily, but complications arise, and Laurine heads back to Hollywood and a replenished career. While working at Associated Studios, Laurine finds that Prince Rupert has come to join her in Tinseltown, and his excessive spending drives her to distraction. Joe, however, finds out that Prince Rupert is a good man after all, and Laurine really falls in love with him, deciding to abandon her screen career to be his wife.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||November 27, 1937|
|Actors:||Allyn Joslyn Ann Codee Beverly Roberts Don Marion Eddie Graham Elsa Peterson Eula Guy Frank Mayo Fritz Feld George Humbert Gino Corrado Glen Cavender Gordon Oliver Jack Mower Janet Shaw Jeff York John Butler Lester Dorr Myrtle Stedman Otto Fries Patric Knowles Robert Fischer Rosella Towne Sam Ash Stuart Holmes Vladimir Sokoloff|
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