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Bachelor in Paris (1952)

Song of Paris (original title)
English businessman in Paris battles a French count for the heart of a cabaret artist.

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Matthew Ibbetson
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Clementine
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Comte Marcel de Sarliac
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Mrs. Ibbetson
Joan Kenny ...
Jenny Ibbetson
Brian Worth ...
Jim Barrett
Michael Ward ...
Waterson
Richard Wattis ...
Carter
Kynaston Reeves ...
Vicar
Roger Maxwell ...
Weldon
Marcel Poncin ...
Martin
Tony Quinn ...
Syme
Bernard Rebel ...
Lebrun
Andreas Malandrinos ...
Manet
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English businessman in Paris battles a French count for the heart of a cabaret artist.

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It's an Eyeful in Gay Paree!

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17 April 1953 (USA)  »

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Bachelor in Paris  »

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Finnish censorship visa register number 42581 delivered on 9-6-1955. See more »

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During the duel scene, each contestant fires his six-shooter at least fifteen times. See more »

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Let's Stay Home
Written by Francis Lopez
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Even Denis Price cant do much with this
2 February 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This is one of a number of films that featured British actors going to France for whatever reason.It was still out of reach for most people not just because of the cost but also because of the currency restrictions.Dennis Price was a fine actor and played comedy well,however even he is unable to breathe much life into this film.His so called romance with Anne Vernon just doesn't work,there is so little chemistry.It is a surprise to find that Norden and Muir co wrote this film bearing in mind that so much of the comedy falls flat on the ground.The only time the film comes to life is in the last 15 minutes in the duelling sequence,which is silly but at least it made me smile.


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