About the film
Service for Ladies
Release Date: January 14, 1932
|Slogan||:||«A delicious comedy romance that makes you smile out loud at the start and roar with laughter at the finish!»|
|Production Companies||:||Paramount British Pictures|
|Writers||:||Lajos Biró, Ernest Vajda, Eliot Crawshay-Williams|
Max Tracey is the head waiter at a London hotel. He falls in love at first sight with Sylvia Robertson, an aristocratic woman, and poses as a prince to win her love. In this venture, he is aided by Mr. Westlake, a Ruritanian monarch who owes him a favour. When Sylvia discovers Max's deception, she is appalled, but the situation is resolved when her father tells her that he was once a hotel dishwasher.