Bachelor Apartment (1931)

Director
Lowell Sherman

Main cast
Lowell Sherman; Irene Dunne; Mae Murray; Ivan Lebedeff; Norman Kerry

Genres
Comedy, Drama, Romance

Description
A New York playboy, Wayne Carter, dates wild women until he falls for a hard-working stenographer, Helene Andrews.


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