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Her Highness and the Bellboy Details

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This tender but fluffy romantic comedy centers on the romantic travails of a beautiful European princesss who goes to New York to find the newspaper reporter she fell for when he was visiting her mythical country. She stays at the Big Apple's finest hotel and while there finds herself mistaken for a maid by a sweet-natured bellhop. Charmed by his confusion, she insists that he become her personal escort. She does not realize that the impressionable fellow has fallen in love with her and so misconstrues her every kindness. When not with her, the bellhop is visiting a beautiful invalid, who is secretly in love with him. Meanwhile the princess eventually finds the reporter. She makes him a proposition, but he, believing them to be too different, rejects the offer. Later, she takes the bellhop and goes to the reporter's favorite bar in hopes of seeing him. Unfortunately, the joint gets raided and she ends up in jail until the reporter shows up to bail her out. Soon afterward, she learns that her father has died and that she is now queen. Things get sticky then, as both the bellboy and the new queen find themselves faced with choosing between wealth and power or true love. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Cast

Hedy Lamarr
as Princess Veronica
Robert Walker
as Jimmy Dobson
June Allyson
as Leslie Odell
Carl Esmond
as Baron Zoltan Faludi
Agnes Moorehead
as Countess Zoe
Rags Ragland
as Albert Weever
Warner Anderson
as Paul MacMillan
Gladys Blake
as Pearl
Betty Blythe
as Diplomat's Wife
Ann Codee
as Countess Tradiska
Olga Fabian
as Mrs. Korb
Bess Flowers
as Woman
William Halligan
as Police Capt. Perie
Grayce Hampton
as Mrs. Chudduster
Ben Lessy
as Himself
Ferdinand Munier
as Mr. Fabler
Jack Norton
as Mr. Pook
Emil Rameau
as Mr. Korb
Virginia Sale
as Aunt Gertrude Odell
Audrey Totter
as Mildred
Ludwig Stossel
as Mr. Puft
George Cleveland
as Dr. Elfson
Tom Trout
as Hack
Konstantin Shayne
as Yanos von Lankofitz
Edward Gargan
as 1st Cop
Olga Fabian
as Mrs. Korb
Ann Codee
as Countess Tradiska
George Cleveland
as Dr. Elfson
Jack Norton
as Mr. Pook
Emil Rameau
as Mr. Korb
Betty Blythe
as Diplomat's Wife
Virginia Sale
as Aunt Gertrude Odell
William Halligan
as Police Capt. Perie
Bess Flowers
as Woman
Ludwig Stossel
as Mr. Puft
Ferdinand Munier
as Mr. Fabler
Gladys Blake
as Pearl
Ben Lessy
as Himself
Konstantin Shayne
as Yanos von Lankofitz
Tom Trout
as Hack
Audrey Totter
as Mildred
Grayce Hampton
as Mrs. Chudduster

Crew

Richard Thorpe
Director
Joe Pasternak
Producer
Gladys Lehman
Screenwriter
Harry Stradling
Cinematographer
Calvin Jackson
Musical Direction/Supervision
George Stoll
Composer (Music Score)
George Boemler
Editor
Cedric Gibbons
Art Director
Urie McCleary
Art Director
Edwin B. Willis
Set Designer
Irene Sharaff
Costume Designer
Irene Valles
Costume Designer
Warren Newcombe
Special Effects
Charles Walters
Choreography
Jack Dawn
Makeup
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