An honest and naive schoolteacher gets a lesson in how the world works outside the classroom, when a rich Baron and his mistress use the teacher's name and outstanding reputation in a crooked business scheme. Written by
Ken Yousten <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Although the movie was passed by The National Board of Review for showing in the USA in 1933, it was refused a Production Code Administation (PCA) certificate for re-release in 1936, when the Code was more strictly enforced. See more
In the taxi-cab just as Coco tells Topaze about her adultery with the Baron, there is an awkward splice in the rear projection footage making cars and people on the street disappear momentarily. See more
You're the most impudent scoundrel I've ever known.
Baron Philippe de La Tour-La Tour
Sir, I am impervious to flattery.
Version of Topaze
Roses from the South, Waltz op. 388
Music by Johann Strauß
Played as background music during restaurant scene See more