Svengali (1931 film)
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All Paris desired her, but Svengali owned her! (taglines)
- That might be as well to remember. There are more things in Heaven and Earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
- [to Trilby] There is nothing in your mind... nothing in your heart... nothing in your soul... but Svengali... Svengali... Svengali... !
- Svengali: Svengali will go to London himself! Where he will be all alone on a platform. And Princesses. And Countesses. And serene Highnesses will fling him their jewels, and applaud, and invite him to their palaces. And he will take you with him. I never look at them. Ah, we could be so happy. Look at me, in the eyes. Open your eyes.
- Trilby O'Farrell: Oh, I do love you!
- Svengali: Close your eyes.
- Trilby O'Farrell: I love...
- Svengali: Ah, don't say it! You are beautiful, my manufactured love. But it is only Svengali talking to himself again.
- Svengali: Now... what did we do last?
- Madame Honori: Don't you remember?
- Svengali: I am speaking about music.
- He hypnotizes! He thrills...! Any woman caught in his spell must obey.
- All Paris desired her, but Svengali owned her!
- Weirdest romance ever pictured! With the screen's genius and his new find
- John Barrymore — Svengali
- Marian Marsh — Trilby O'Farrell
- Donald Crisp — The Laird
- Bramwell Fletcher — Billee
- Carmel Myers — Madame Honori
- Luis Alberni — Gecko
- Lumsden Hare — Monsieur Taffy
- Paul Porcasi — Bonelli
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