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Paris After Midnight (1951)

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Two American Soldiers are locked up in a Parisian Jail after a night of mishaps with the women of a back alley, French Hotel following World War II. Looking back on the evening, one soldier... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Iris Allen
Mary Andes
Flo Ash
Timothy Farrell ...
Sargent Eddie
Reiss and Roulette Trio ...


Two American Soldiers are locked up in a Parisian Jail after a night of mishaps with the women of a back alley, French Hotel following World War II. Looking back on the evening, one soldier recounts the events which lead up to the two soldiers incarceration including a few evenings full of strip teases ad infidelity. Written by J.L.

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Only recommended for the biggest fan of '50s exploitation.
18 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty obscure film which to my knowledge is only available through Something Weird Video. The film stars the always wonderful Timothy Farrell of Ed Wood fame, along with a fair number of actresses known for their other ventures in other Screen Classic Productions films.

The plot follows the story of two American Soldiers (Tim Farrell and some other guy) who are locked up in an Parisian jail after a few mishaps in a shady French Motel. The story is told through narration explaining how the two ended up in jail. The story told is typical of any George Weiss production I have ever seen, basically silly subplots that lead into the viewer seeing bizarre strip tease segments. For better or worse these strip teases make up a good 1/3 of the entire film.

The story itself is kind of fun and actually did have some pretty decent intentionally funny scenes. Especially one involving a woman cheating on her husband with an American Soldier. Timothy Farrell gives a good performance as always, playing a Sargent placed in jail because of two of his subordinate's mishaps. The scenes in this film that do not involve strip teases are pretty fun; perhaps, even some of the Screen Classics Companies best, though the average viewer likely wouldn't find this picture to be much fun.

Something Weird's Version of this film is of a very high quality, nearly flawless in fact. This is more then I can say for other surviving films of George Weiss' filmography. If you like anything Ed Wood, George Weiss, Tim Farrow or Exploration film of the '50s in general, I would say give it a shot. Otherwise, start with Glen or Glenda (1953) or Test Tube Babies (1948) and come back later.

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