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Get Your Man (1927)

A young American girl in Paris falls in love with a handsome nobleman, but he is about to wed in an arranged marriage. She hatches a plan to overcome that obstacle and get her man.


Dorothy Arzner


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Cast overview:
Clara Bow ... Nancy Worthington
Charles 'Buddy' Rogers ... Robert Albin (as Charles Rogers)
Josef Swickard ... Duke of Albin
Josephine Dunn ... Simone de Valens
Harvey Clark Harvey Clark ... Marquis de Valens
Frances Raymond Frances Raymond ... Mrs. Worthington


A young American girl in Paris falls in love with a handsome nobleman, but he is about to wed in an arranged marriage. She hatches a plan to overcome that obstacle and get her man.

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Release Date:

7 December 1927 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Apanha o Teu Homem See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Get Your Man was the first of two films that Clara Bow and director Dorothy Arzner worked together; the other film was The Wild Party(1929), Clara Bow's sound film debut. See more »


Multiple "wax figures" in the museum are either visibly breathing or otherwise moving in such a way that reveals that they are being played by actors. See more »


Featured in Clara Bow: Discovering the It Girl (1999) See more »

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Clara summering in Europe...yeah, it's a weird fit
4 June 2017 | by ofumalowSee all my reviews

This movie is basically a trite variation on the "Ruritania" romances that were still popular at the time, and unfortunately so, because the wonderfully modern and very American Clara Bow was bound to seem out of place amidst aristocrats of the Old Country. "Get Your Man" is set there to provide the plot with its necessary mechanism: Arranged marriage between nobles, an outdated concept even then that provides the necessary conflict here, as Clara learns she must liberate her newfound French love from pre-arranged imminent nuptials. Neither he or his intended really want to go through with it, but they both feel obligated to follow their titled parents' wishes to unite the family trees.

Clara is pretty unlikely as a wealthy American socialite "touring the Continent," but then the equally all- American Charles "Buddy" Rogers is no more credible as a French baronet or whatever he's supposed to be. There's nothing wrong with making such leaps in a movie as frivolously escapist as this one. But the problem is that the "refined" setting means Clara has to be relatively restrained, getting few opportunities for the kind of ebullience that is her trademark. Late in the movie there's a bit quite obviously shoehorned in to provide at least one opportunity for her natural physicality, when she wildly throws things about her guest bedroom in order to fake some sort of amorous abandon that others will hear (thus creating a scandal that will free Rogers from his wedding). And indeed it's the highlight here.

Otherwise, this is a pleasant enough but forgettable vehicle cranked out on the Paramount assembly at a time when Bow was making one movie after another--six in this year alone. Significant chunks of it are presumed permanently lost, and those gaps are filled in by a combination of titles and production stills.

Unfortunately, that includes most of what was obviously intended as the standout novelty sequence, in which the two leads find they're been locked overnight in a creepy Madame Tussaud's-style wax museum. Seeing Clara assume the same comical "I'm scared!" expression in multiple, very posed-looking publicity stills does not, alas, give much sense of how the gags would have played out in the complete original sequence. But hey, we'll take what we can get with what survives of her movies.

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