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A Trip to Paris (1938)

Approved | | Adventure, Comedy | 6 May 1938 (USA)
The Jones Family goes to Paris to celebrate Father and Mother's 25th anniversary. Adventures include love and spy rings.

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John Jones
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Bonnie Thompson
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Mrs. John Jones
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Herbert Thompson
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Jack Jones (as Ken Howell)
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Roger Jones
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Lucy Jones
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Granny Jones
Billy Mahan ...
Bobby Jones
Marvin Stephens ...
Tommy McGuire
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Marguerite Varloff
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Willie Jones
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Countess Varloff
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Emile
Clay Clement ...
Duroche
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John Jones has planned a trip to Paris, Falls, in his home state. However, his whole family and the neighbors think he is actually going to Paris, France. He decides to be a real sport and take everybody in the Jones household (including the married daughter) to Paris, France. Cousin Willie has lived in Paris and appoints himself tour director, and soon has "Dad" Jones up to his ears in debt. Mrs. Jones decides she wants to learn to Rhumba, but it costs 'Dad" a small fortune when a gigolo decides to teach her. Son Jack gets himself mixed up with a spy ring when he forms an attachment with an attractive girl who is being used as a decoy by the spy ring. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Adventure | Comedy

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6 May 1938 (USA)  »

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Uma Viagem a Paris  »

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