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The Countess of Monte Cristo (1948)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  November 1948 (USA)
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This musical tells the tales of two movie extras who abscond to an expensive resort with their costumes and pretend to be aristocrats. Included in the film are ice skating numbers and songs.

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Cast

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Jenny Johnsen
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Peg Manning
Michael Kirby ...
Lt. Paul Von Cram
Arthur Treacher ...
Hotel Managing Director
Hugh French ...
Count Holgar
Ransom M. Sherman ...
Mr. Hansen (as Ransom Sherman)
Freddie Trenkler ...
Skating Specialty
John James ...
Freddie
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Assistant Director Jensen
Joseph Crehan ...
Joe
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Charlie
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Karen Kirsten (Sonja Henie) and her Jenny Johnsen (Olga San Juan) are two friends about to enter the movie business. After a failed cast in The Countess of Monte Cristo, they run away from the set in an expensive car and clothes and head for a luxury ski resort impersonating a countess and her maid to have some fun only to find themselves involved with a hotel thief (Hugh French) and having a romantic affair with Lt. Paul von Kram (Michael Kirby). Include some spectacular skating and musical numbers. Written by Super Star

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A Musical Ice-Travaganza!

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Comedy | Romance

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November 1948 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Condessa de Monte Cristo  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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This was Sonja Henie's final Hollywood feature. Of her 11 vehicles issued between 1936 and 1948, only this film missed out on a review in The New York Times. Miss Henie would return to the screen one last time in a British production shot in color and CinemaScope, London Calling (1958), which was not released in the United States. Sonja's home studio for nine pictures between 1936 and 1943, Twentieth Century-Fox, handled the English distribution of her film finale. See more »

Quotes

Jenny Johnsen: [Driving to the luxury resort hotel] How do we act?
Karen Kirsten: Just remember to keep your nose up and your voice down
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Connections

Remake of The Countess of Monte Cristo (1934) See more »

Soundtracks

Count Your Blessings
Lyrics by Jack Brooks
Music by Saul Chaplin
Sung by Olga San Juan and Sonja Henie (dubbed by Martha Mears (uncredited))
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