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Just now, starliteyes said:

Princess Mary Astor would prefer to elope with Anthony Bushell, an aide to her father, than honor the arranged marriage to a crown prince that her mother has cooked up.

Mary Astor and Anthony Bushell in The Royal Bed (1931)

I forgot to mention that the name of the film is The Royal Bed.

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ROMEO AND JULIET

BITTER SWEET

THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE

YOUNG VICTORIA and all movies about the Victoria and Albert courtship

This is also a frequent topic for Bollywood movies

SABRINA -- arranged by high finance 

NOTORIOUS -- Arranged by the FBI 

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28 minutes ago, starliteyes said:

I forgot to mention that the name of the film is The Royal Bed.

Thanks. Yes, I think the name of the original stage play was The Queen's Husband and the focus was more on the mother controlling the father, including how she's arranged the upcoming marriage of their daughter. But the film version focuses more on the daughter, played by Mary Astor.

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25 minutes ago, LonesomePolecat said:

Mail order brides--

THE HARVEY GIRLS

FLOWER DRUM SONG

RACHEL AND THE STRANGER

SARAH PLAIN AND TALL

Oh yes, good job. I didn't even consider mail order brides.

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Nice job yesterday!

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Johnny Mack Brown
Gale Storm
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Director William Beaudine

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The 'Mr. Wong' series...the first five starred Boris Karloff, but for Phantom of Chinatown, Keye Luke played James Lee Wong--the first time an American studio had cast an Asian actor in a sound film to portray an Asian detective   Phantom of Chinatown (1940) movie poster

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