The Divine Lady
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The Divine Lady
Frank Lloyd both produced and directed The Divine Lady, a Hollywood slant on the 19th century romance of Lord Horatio Nelson and Lady Emma Hamilton. American film star Corinne Griffith, decked out in a blonde wig, is decorative but otherwise unconvincing as Lady Emma, while Hungarian-born Victor Varconi brings an inappropriate continental air to the veddy British Lord Nelson. Both stars found themselves playing second fiddle to Marie Dressler, mugging to her heart's content as Lady Emma's ambitious mother. The scandal surrounding the leading characters' illicit affair is secondary… More
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"Frank Lloyd won the Directing Oscar for this largely silent version of the romance between Lady Hamilton and Lord Nelson; the 1941 vesrion with Olivier and Vivien Leigh is superior."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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