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One Heavenly Night (1931)

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A poor but basically honest flower woman agrees to impersonate a wicked opera star.


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Complete credited cast:
Evelyn Laye ...
John Boles ...
Count Mirko Tibor
Leon Errol ...
Fritzi Vajos
Hugh Cameron ...
Henry Kolker ...
Prefect of Police
Marion Lord ...
Henry Victor ...
Almady, the Officer
Lionel Belmore ...
Baron Zagon


A poor but basically honest flower woman agrees to impersonate a wicked opera star.

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Comedy | Romance





Release Date:

14 January 1931 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Escapade  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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At 1:15 in, when the Count and the real Fritzi are talking on the balcony, the giant stone planter jumps back and forth - sometimes its in front of him, sometimes its behind him. See more »


One Heavenly Night
Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Lyrics by Arthur Freed
Sung by Evelyn Laye and John Boles
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A case of mistaken identity and crisis of virtue.

Evelyn Laye portrays Lilli, a simple virtuous girl, who masquerades as Fritzi (portrayed by Lilyan Tashman), the notorious showgirl when the later is ordered out of town by the chief of police. Count Mirko (played by the wooden John Boles doing his best Al Gore imitation) comes to town just to make love to Fritzi and is nonplused to find that she does not readily surrender her charms to him. Lilli does her best to carry off the masquerade without losing her virtue to the Count. Leon Errol performs a "funny" drunk routine that he must have brought with him from vaudeville and which has absolutely nothing to do with the rest of the film. To virtually no one's surprise, the real Fritzi returns while Lilli's virtue is still intact, Count Mirko and Lilli fall in love, and they all live happily ever after. Anna Karenina this ain't, but it can be a pleasant evening's diversion if your expectations aren't too high.

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