|Title||:||lux radio theater (111) madame sans gene|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. December 14, 1936. "Madame Sans-Gene". Sponsored by: Lux. Romance and intrigue in post-revolutionary France. One of the intermission interviews is with the pretender to the throne of the French Empire, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte (who speaks from New York). + Madame Sans Gene is French for Mrs Devil-May-Care and the very beautiful Jean Harlow plays the leading role. It is August 10th 1792 and France is rocked by revolution. In the city of Paris a rebel mob sweeps on to the Tuileries Palace thirsting for revenge and intent on the slaughter of their king and queen. Through the crowd comes a young girl her clothes in shreds a clothing basket under her arm. She fights past the men pushing her way toward the end of the street, Madame Sans Gene the laundry lady chasing payment for her work despite being in the middle of a revolution. Over the next five years the unassuming and charmingly direct Madam Sans Gene goes from laundry lady to duchess after becoming the wife of the Marshal of France.|
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