The Big Pond
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Le Grande Mare is the French-language version of Paramount's The Big Pond (1930), with Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert in their original roles as Pierre Mirande and Barbara Billings. Pierre is a Venetian tour guide, who falls in love with wealthy American tourist Barbara. Her male relatives think that Pierre is merely a fortune-hunter, but Barbara's mom persuades her husband to give Pierre a job in his chewing-gum factory. The menfolk finally approve of Barbara's choice when Pierre comes up with the brilliant, money-making idea of coating the gum with liquor! Both La Grande… More

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"The great French entertainer Muarice Chevalier received a Best Actor Oscar nomination for this light romantic comedy with music, co-starring Claudette Colbert."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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