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So This Is Paris ()


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The first movie to ever depict a choreographed dance scene in a silent movie. The Charleston!

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Cast

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Dr. Paul Giraud
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Suzanne Giraud
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Georgette Lalle, a dancer
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Maurice Lalle (as André Beranger)
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Lalle's Maid
Sidney D'Albrook ...
French Police Officer
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French Detective
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Madame Moreau (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ernst Lubitsch

Written by

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Henri Meilhac ... (play "Le Reveillon") (as Meilha'c) and
Ludovic Halévy ... (play "Le Reveillon") (as Hale'vy)
 
Hanns Kräly ... (screen adaptation) (as Hans Kraely)
 
Rob Wagner ... (titles) (as Robert Wagner) &
Robert E. Hopkins ... (titles) (as Robert Hopkins)

Produced by

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Darryl F. Zanuck ... producer

Cinematography by

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John J. Mescall ... (as John Mescall)

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George Hippard ... assistant director
Ernst Laemmle ... assistant director

Art Department

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Harold Grieve ... set designer
Victor Vance ... art titles

Special Effects by

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F.N. Murphy ... electrical effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bert Shipman ... assistant camera

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Georgette live in Paris with her rather unexciting and effeminate husband, an actor and interpretive dancer. Meanwhile, Suzanne lives across the street, and reads romance novels while dreaming of someone more exciting than her own lackluster spouse. Each woman happens across the other's husband, and begins her dream affair. Four people: each cheating on their spouse, and none of them aware that their own spouse is cheating. Who will find out first, and how?

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Taglines The story of Souls that masks terror under a laugh. (Print Ad- Lawrence Daily Journal-World, ((Lawrence, Kans.)) 7 July 1926) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les surprises de la TSF (France)
  • So ist Paris (Germany)
  • La locura del charlestón (Spain)
  • Pariser-Liv (Denmark)
  • A Loucura do Charleston (Portugal)
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  • 80 min
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Box Office

Budget $253,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Voted one of The New York Times' 10 Best Films of 1926. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in End of an Era (1980). See more »
Quotes Dr. Paul Giraud: I am amused to meet you.
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