These Charming People

British colonel Maude becomes very distressed when he learns that his daughter, Swinburne, plans to leave her boring and unattentive husband (Tearle), a shipbuilder, for a fling with his male secretary. When it is learned that the latter is actually the son of Maude's butler, Maude decides this affair will never do, chases his daughter to Paris, and ends...read more

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British colonel Maude becomes very distressed when he learns that his daughter, Swinburne, plans to leave her boring and unattentive husband (Tearle), a shipbuilder, for a fling with his male secretary. When it is learned that the latter is actually the son of Maude's butler, Maude

decides this affair will never do, chases his daughter to Paris, and ends the relationship. Despite the fact that this was the first film Paramount studios produced in England, the movie is typically British and very dull.

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