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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 ...
Count Mirko Tibor
Leon Errol ...
Fritzi Vajos
Hugh Cameron ...
Henry Kolker ...
Prefect of Police
Marion Lord ...
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 »


Along the Road of Dreams
Music by Bruno Granichstaedten
Lyrics by Clifford Grey
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why musicals became unpopular in 1930
17 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This original operetta was a flop in 1930 and still is, despite good production values (no surprise, with Goldwyn as producer) a shimmering leading lady (Evelyn Laye) and a fun supporting turn by Lilyan Tashman. The songs by Clifford Grey, Herb Nacio Brown, Edward Eliscu and Bruno Granichstaedten are mildly pleasant, nothing more, and a musical with a boring book (by Sidney Howard, of all people!) needs superior songs to float, and these second- rate numbers don't help. Finally the enterprise sinks completely during long and tiresome slapstick routines performed by Leon Errol. Sometimes the viewer wonders whether this production was meant to be a conventional operetta or a variety show. John Boles as the romantic lead exudes more energy than in his straight dramatic roles and sings well, but not often enough to put a dent in the tedium. Students of cultural history will find this film interesting as an example of why screen musicals became unpopular for a time. It's too bad Laye had to be in a turkey for her American sound film debut. She had everything it took to be a major player.

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