Glamorous Night - Synopsis

Synopsis

A young inventor, Anthony Allen, has created a working television. The head of a radio broadcasting company fears competition and pays Allen not suppress his invention. Allen journeys to the "Ruritanian" kingdom of Krasnia in Central Europe. There he meets a gypsy princess, Militza, but she is betrothed to the King of Krasnia. Allen saves her life in a shipwreck and soon falls in love with her. But brokenhearted, he gives her up, for the good of the kingdom. Meanwhile, the gypsies side with the King to overcome a revolution. Back in England, Allen watches the king's wedding to Militza on his television.

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