~A Certain Young Man~
~270-132: Marceline Day & Ramon Novarro~
~Plot Synopsis~
The "certain young man" of the title is Lord Gerald Brinsley, played by Ramon Novarro. A carefree
young bachelor, Lord Gerald enjoys the company of married women, which makes him exceedingly
unpopular with married men. After dallying with such women of the world as Henrietta (Renee
Adoree) and Mrs. Crutchley (Carmel Myers), our hero falls genuinely in love for the first time with the
unattached -- and decidedly unworldly -- Phyllis (Marceline Day). The fact that Willard Louis, who died
in 1926, was prominently featured in the cast should have been a tip-off that A Certain Young Man was
not precisely fresh off the shelf. Sure enough, the film had been completed in 1926, but withheld from
release for two years while MGM subjected the property to endless retakes and re-edits.

Plot Synopsis from allmovie.com
Directed by:
Hobart Henley    
Edmund Goulding - uncredited

Written by:  
Marian Ainslee - titles
Donna Barrell - writer
Doris Bureel - story
Ruth Cummings - titles
Bela Sekely - writer

Based on the story "Bellamy the Magnificent," by Roy Horniman

Ramon Novarro ...  Lord Gerald Brinsley
Marceline Day ...  Phyllis
Renée Adorée ...  Henriette
Carmel Myers ...  Mrs. Crutchley
Bert Roach ...  Mr. Crutchley
Huntley Gordon ...  Mr. Hammond
Ernest Wood ...  Hubert
Willard Louis ...  (uncredited)
Edgar Norton ...  Valet (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced and Released by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Produced by: Hobart Henley  
Cinematography by: Merritt B. Gerstad  
Film Editing by: Basil Wrangell  
Art Direction by: Cedric Gibbons
Costume Design by: Gilbert Clark  
Art Department: Merrill Pye  
Mr. Novarro's Publicist: Herbert Howe(uncredited)  

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 58 Minutes
Released: May 19, 1928