Women Everywhere (1930)

Genres - Musical  |   Run Time - 83 min.  |   Countries - United States   |  
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Synopsis by Sandra Brennan

This musical is the last Hollywood film made by Alexander Korda before he went on to greatness in Europe. The story is set in Morocco and chronicles the exploits of a young soldier trying to escape from the French Foreign Legion by hiding out in a nightclub. There he encounters a seductive singer. Music and mayhem ensues. Songs include: "Women Everywhere," "Beware of Love," "One Day," "Good Time Fifi," "Bon Jour," "Marching Song" (William Kernell), "All in the Family" (Kernell, George Grossmith), and "Smile, Legionnaire" (Kernell, Charles Wakefield Cadman).



military, escape, foreign-legion, love, nightclub, on-the-run, romance, seduction, soldier