Ladies’ Man (Lothar Mendes, 1931)

Director: Lothar Mendes
Producer: Paramount Pictures
Writer: Rupert Hughes, Herman J. Mankiewicz
Cinematographer: Victor Milner
Music: Karl Hajos, Herman Hand, John Leipold
Sound: Harry Lindgren
Costumes: Travis Banton

William Powell (Jamie Darricott)
Kay Francis (Norma Page)
Carole Lombard (Rachel Fendley)
Gilbert Emery (Horace Fendley)
Olive Tell (Mrs. Fendley)
Martin Burton (Anthony Fendley)
John Holland (Peyton Walden)
Frank Atkinson (Darricott’s valet)
Maude Turner Gordon (Therese Blanton)
Hooper Atchley (uncredited)
Richard Cramer (uncredited)
Bess Flowers (uncredited)
Edward Hearn (uncredited)
Lothar Mendes (uncredited)
William H. O’Brien (uncredited)
Frank O’Connor (uncredited)
Broderick O’Farrell (uncredited)
Lee Phelps (uncredited)
Kent Taylor (uncredited)
Clarence Wilson (uncredited)

Plot Summary
Jamie Darricott is a gigolo – he receives money and expensive gifts from the women who fall in love with him. Just as he moves in on his latest targets – Mrs. Fendley and her daughter, Rachel – he unexpectedly falls in love with Norma, who is neither rich nor a member of high society.

Release Date: May 9, 1931 (USA)
Running Time: 70 minutes