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Night in Montmartre (1931)

A young couple live under a café in Paris that, unknown to them, is owned by a brutal blackmailer. When he is murdered, they fall under suspicion. However, the husband's father, an amateur ... See full summary »

Director:

Leslie S. Hiscott (as Leslie Hiscott)

Writers:

Leslie S. Hiscott (scenario) (as Leslie Hiscott), Miles Malleson (play) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Horace Hodges Horace Hodges ... Lucien Borel
Hugh Williams ... Philip Borel
Franklin Dyall Franklin Dyall ... Max Levine
Heather Angel ... Annette Lefevre
Austin Trevor ... Paul de Lisle
Kay Hammond ... Margot
Arthur Hambling Arthur Hambling ... Inspector Brichot
Edmund Willard Edmund Willard ... Alexandre
Reginald Purdell Reginald Purdell ... Tino
Binnie Barnes ... Therese
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A young couple live under a café in Paris that, unknown to them, is owned by a brutal blackmailer. When he is murdered, they fall under suspicion. However, the husband's father, an amateur detective, believes in their innocence and sets out to find who really killed the blackmailer. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 1931 (Ireland) See more »

Also Known As:

A Night in Montmartre See more »

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Production Co:

Gainsborough Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Photophone Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.20 : 1
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Margot: [sitting down at the table] It's alright. It's only me!
Lucien Borell: Have we been introduced?
Margot: Well, I've introduced myself. I thought you looked the kind of man who might buy a girl a drink.
Lucien Borell: Oh, oh, really? Are you thirsty?
Margot: I'm always thirsty. I was born on the great drought.
Lucien Borell: Oh, really. How very unpleasant. You must have some lemonade. It quenches the thirst.
Margot: Lemonade? What makes you think that's a drink?
Lucien Borell: I have it on the highest, historical authority. I ascertained that Anne of Cleves called for a beaker ...
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One nice song
2 April 2002 | by calvertfanSee all my reviews

A Night In Montmartre goes through several phases. It starts off promising, gets dull, suddenly gets very thrilling in the advent of a murder, and then falls back down into the mundane. The high point of the movie is certainly the song "Chere, c'est vous" which is sung and performed enchantingly. If only there were more of this and less of the bumbling!


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