A Texas millionaire travels to Europe to meet his girlfriend, a European countess. He stops in a rustic mountain village and meets a beautiful peasant girl. He falls in love with her, then ...
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A Texas millionaire travels to Europe to meet his girlfriend, a European countess. He stops in a rustic mountain village and meets a beautiful peasant girl. He falls in love with her, then must decide if he wants her or the rich countess. Written by
One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. See more »
I like Crosby, but this is definitely not a memorable movie. It's a rather late case of American goes to Ruritania, the land of endless Viennese operettas. (In fact, the movie's title is misleading: only a short time is spent in Paris, and there is no honeymoon here. Most of the movie takes place in Ruritania.) There are the usual complications. Crosby's character meets a young peasant girl who is, as one of the other reviewers notes, very annoying. Why he would forsake Shirley Ross for her I don't understand.
The music is forgettable, and that sinks any chance of remembering this otherwise unmemorable if pleasant effort.
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