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The Smiling Lieutenant

The Smiling Lieutenant is a 1932 film nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. It was written by Jacques Battaille-Henri[?], Ernst Lubitsch, Samson Raphaelson[?] and Ernest Vajda[?], from the operetta Ein Walzertraum, by Felix Dormann[?] and Leopold Jacobson[?], which in turn was based on the novel Nux der Prinzgemahl by Hans Müller[?]. It was directed by Lubitsch.

The movie stars Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert, Miriam Hopkins, Charles Ruggles[?] and George Barbier. It is a romantic comedy concerning the love of a Princess for a soldier, and the love of the soldier for another woman.

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