A CA girl is kidnapped while studying in Europe, and Stu is engaged by her absent father. They fly over the pond, and Stu hatches a brilliant con to find the abductors, schmoozing with his ... See full summary »

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Mr. Sandby
Janet Lake ...
Laura Jacobin
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Mr. Jacobin
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Madeleine (as Florence Marley)
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A CA girl is kidnapped while studying in Europe, and Stu is engaged by her absent father. They fly over the pond, and Stu hatches a brilliant con to find the abductors, schmoozing with his suave and debonair French, fine art sensibilities and gendarme friend's help. Written by Pierre Bierre

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27 March 1959 (USA)  »

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One scene takes place in a cafe called "Le Coin D'Enfer," which translates as "The Corner of Hell," a name the ABC censor would never have permitted in English. Incidentally, there actually is a restaurant with that name, but it's in Chemery-sur-Bar, which is about 150 miles from Paris. See more »

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Adventures in Paris

Entertaining light story told here, where a missing girl motivates our detective - not the same if you compare to the previous episode that took place in Hong Kong - to investigate. The girl's father seems to deal here with a kidnapping case. You have here a sweet french Paris atmosphere with the accordion music and cellar restaurants of Saint Germain des Prés arrondissement of Paris. And not forget the beautiful French gal with the unavoidable accent. Clichés among clichés...But why not? Ida Lupino seems to have found much pleasure directing this episode where Paris atmosphere is quite good in the production design. I have not much to say about it.


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