Man of the World (Richard Wallace, 1931)

Director: Richard Wallace
Producer: Paramount Pictures
Writer: Herman J. Mankiewicz
Cinematographer: Victor Milner
Music: Herman Hand
Sound: Harry Lindgren
Costumes: Eugene Joseff

William Powell (Michael Trevor)
Carole Lombard (Mary Kendall)
Wynne Gibson (Irene Harper)
Lawrence Gray (Frank Reynolds)
Guy Kibbee (Harry Taylor)
George Chandler (Fred)
Arthur Q. Bryan (uncredited)
André Cheron (uncredited)
Harvey Clark (uncredited)
Tom Costello (uncredited)
Tom Ricketts (uncredited)
Rolfe Sedan (uncredited)
Maude Truax (uncredited)

Plot Summary
Michael Trevor is a notorious blackmailer who targets American tourists in Paris. After succeeding with his latest target, Harry Taylor, he sets his sights on Taylor’s niece, Mary. Unfortunately for Michael, as he gets to know Mary he begins to fall in love with her, making it more difficult for him to swindle her.

Release Date: March 28, 1931 (USA)
Running Time: 74 minutes