Beau Ideal

Beau Ideal is a 1931 American adventure film directed by Herbert Brenon and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film was based on the adventure novel, Beau Ideal, by P C Wren, the third novel in a series of five novels based around the same characters. Brenon had directed the first in the series, Beau Geste, which was a very successful silent film...
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Beau ideal

Beau' i·de'al (bō' i*dē' a l; 277). [ French beau beautiful + idéal ideal.] A conception or image of consummate beauty, moral or physical, formed in the mind, free from all the deformities, defects, and blemishes seen in actual existence; an ideal or faultless standard or model.
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beau ideal

A conception or image of consummate beauty, moral or physical, formed in the mind, free from all the deformities, defects, and blemishes seen in actual existence; an ideal or faultless standard or model. ... Origin: F. Beau beautiful + ideal ideal. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Beau ideal

• A conception or image of consummate beauty, moral or physical, formed in the mind, free from all the deformities, defects, and blemishes seen in actual existence; an ideal or faultless standard or model.
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Beau Ideal

Beau Ideal is an adventure starring Ralph Forbes, Frank McCormick and Isobel Brandon in a story about an American who joins the French Foreign Legion in order to rescue a boyhood friend. Beau Ideal was directed by Herbert Brenon.
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