EXCUSE ME

Louis B. Mayer Presents
A Metro-Goldwyn Picture
Released: January 19, 1925

Featured cast: Conrad Nagel, Norma Shearer

Producer: Irving G. Thalberg, Rupert Hughes
Director: Alf Goulding
Screenwriter: Rupert Hughes
Source: the Rupert Hughes play
Cinematographer: John W. Boyle

THEME

When a man persuades his fiancée to marry on a train trip, they fall into a madcap adventure.

PRODUCTION QUOTE

“Rupert Hughes and Irving G. Thalberg have selected the cast of Excuse Me, and the entire cast is at work under the direction of Alf Goulding."
- “Excuse Me in Work” The Film Daily, October 26, 1924

REVIEW

“Norma Shearer is a charming and beautiful com­edienne. We prophesy big things for Norma, for her rise has been very marked and rapid."
- Harriette Underhill, Movie Weekly, February 28, 1925

FIGURES

Excuse Me cost $122,000 and grossed $388,000.
(These figures have not been adjusted for inflation nor do they include profits from reissues, television syndication, and home entertainment formats.)

Scenes

Behind the Scenes