Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Amour Amour concerns the adventures of a pompous jeweler who refuses to listen to the advice of his level-headed employees. In due time, the jeweler is robbed, but his sharp-eyed subordinate manages to prevent the villains from getting very far. Wising up in a hurry, the jeweler finally proves himself worthy of the love of the heroine. Featured in the cast is legendary Parisian stage beauty Mlle. Polaire, who by 1932 was well past her prime. Amour Amour represented the final screenwriting effort of Pierre Batcheff, who died during production.
advice, employee, jeweler, love, on-the-run, problems, robbery, romance, store