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Twentieth Century

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Flamboyant, egomaniacal theatrical impresario Oscar Jaffe (John Barrymore) transforms chorus girl Mildred Plotka (Carole Lombard) into leading lady Lily Garland, the toast of Broadway. Read More
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Oscar Jaffe
Mildred Plotka/Lily Garland
Oliver Webb
Owen O'Malley
Matthew J. Clark
George Smith
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