~Service For Ladies~
~1065-90: Adolphe Menjou & Kathryn
~Plot Synopsis~
Based on the play by Ernest Vajda, Service for Ladies was directed by Harry D'Arrast, one of the
wittiest and most talented of the would-be Lubitsches of the 1920s. Adolphe Menjou stars Albert
Leroux, the handsome headwaiter of a posh French restaurant. Falling in love with aristocratic
Elizabeth Foster (Kathryn Carver), Albert decides to pay court to her on her own high-society level.
With the help of King Boris (Lawrence Grant), a friendly monarch who owes Albert several favors,
our hero poses as a dashing European prince. But it's all for naught: Turns out that Elizabeth would
have been in love with him no matter what his station in life. Service for Ladies was remade in 1931
with Leslie Howard in the lead.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast

Written by:
Benjamin Glazer - story
George Marion Jr. - titles
Chandler Sprague - writer
Ernest Vajda - story

Adolphe Menjou ...  Albert Leroux
Kathryn Carver ...  Elizabeth Foster
Charles Lane ...  Robert Foster
Lawrence Grant ...  King Boris
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Harold Rosson
Supervisor: Benjamin Glazer
Presenter: Jesse L. Lasky
Presenter: Adolph Zukor

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: August 7, 1927