Her Imaginary Lover

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Her Imaginary Lover
Directed by George King
Produced by Irving Asher
Written by Randall Faye
A. E. W. Mason (play)
Starring Laura La Plante
Percy Marmont
Cinematography Basil Emmott
Distributed by Warner Brothers-First National Productions
Release date
Running time
66 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Her Imaginary Lover is a 1933 British comedy film directed by George King and starring Laura La Plante and Percy Marmont.

The film was a quota quickie production based on the play Green Stockings by A. E. W. Mason, featuring La Plante as New York socialite Celia who invents an aristocratic English fiancé named Lord Michael Ware to deflect the tedious attention of would-be suitors. Celia travels to London to claim an inheritance...and meets an aristiocratic Englishman called Lord Michael Ware (Marmont). The imaginary romance becomes real. Her Imaginary Lover is classed by the British Film Institute as a lost film.[1]



  1. ^ Missing Believed Lost British Pictures. Retrieved 21-10-2010

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