Cinema: The New Pictures: May 30, 1932

Reserved for Ladies (Paramount British) is a witty statement of the social status of a prince of London headwaiters (Leslie Howard) who falls in love incognito with a South African heiress (Elizabeth Allan). He follows her from shop to shop, picking up things she drops; to her hotel (whose dining-room autocrat he is); to the Austrian Tyrol. He is making progress against her sniggers when an incognito King (George Grossmith) comes to the inn, is ah'd and curtseyed at, recognizes Headwaiter Howard as an old friend. Howard explains his own incognito which the...

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