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Cluny Brown ()


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A free-spirited parlor maid and a Czech refugee surprise an English village with their unconventional ways.

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Adam Belinski
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Cluny Brown
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Andrew Carmel
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Betty Cream
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Hilary Ames
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Sir Henry Carmel
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Col. Charles Duff Graham (as Sir C. Aubrey Smith)
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Jonathan Wilson
Margaret Bannerman ...
Lady Alice Carmel
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Mrs. Maile
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Syrette
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Dowager at Ames' Party
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Mrs. Wilson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Norman Ainsley ...
Mr. Tupham (uncredited)
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Uncle Arn Porritt (uncredited)
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Archie (uncredited)
Bette Rae Brown ...
Girl at Party (uncredited)
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Constable Birkins (uncredited)
Harold De Becker ...
Mr. Snaffle (uncredited)
Michael Dyne ...
John Frewen (uncredited)
Rex Evans ...
Comic Pianist at Party (uncredited)
Betty Fairfax ...
Mrs. Watkins (uncredited)
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Richard Watkins (uncredited)
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Onlooker Outside Bookstore (uncredited)
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New York Policeman (uncredited)
George Kirby ...
Mr. Latham (uncredited)
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Weller (uncredited)
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Author's Wife (uncredited)
Clive Morgan ...
Herbert (uncredited)
Philip Morris ...
New York Policeman (uncredited)
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Mrs. Tupham (uncredited)
Jean Prescott ...
Mrs. Snaffle (uncredited)
Constance Purdy ...
Onlooker Outside Bookstore (uncredited)
Christopher Severn ...
Master Ronald Snaffle (uncredited)
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English Boy on Bike (uncredited)
Eric Wilton ...
Butler at Party (uncredited)
Al Winters ...
Rollins (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ernst Lubitsch

Written by

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Samuel Hoffenstein ... (screenplay) and
Elizabeth Reinhardt ... (screenplay)
 
Margery Sharp ... (based on novel by)
 
James Hilton ... (contributing writer) (uncredited)

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Ernst Lubitsch ... producer

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Cyril J. Mockridge ... (as Cyril Mockridge)

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Joseph LaShelle ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Dorothy Spencer

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Lyman Hallowell ... apprentice editor (uncredited)

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J. Russell Spencer
Lyle R. Wheeler ... (as Lyle Wheeler)

Set Decoration by

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Thomas Little

Costume Design by

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Bonnie Cashin

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Ben Nye ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tom Dudley ... assistant director

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Paul S. Fox ... associate set decorator

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Roger Heman Sr. ... sound (as Roger Heman)
Arthur von Kirbach ... sound (as Arthur L. Kirbach)

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Fred Sersen ... special photographic effects

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Lloyd Ahern Sr. ... second camera operator (uncredited)
Edwin Hammeras ... transparency projection shots (uncredited)
Edward Snyder ... transparency projection shots (uncredited)
J.O. Taylor ... transparency projection shots (uncredited)

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Eugene Joseff ... jeweller (uncredited)

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Maurice De Packh ... orchestrator (as Maurice DePackh)
Emil Newman ... musical director
Charles Althouse ... music mixer (uncredited)
Arthur Morton ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Paul Neal ... music mixer (uncredited)
Conrad Salinger ... orchestrator (uncredited)

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David O. Selznick ... appearance by arrangement with: Miss Jones
Margaret Bannerman ... accent coach (uncredited)
Élise Girard ... press attache France: 2002 re-release (uncredited)
Katherine Lambert ... research assistant (uncredited)
Harry Lloyd Morris ... researcher (uncredited)
Frances C. Richardson ... research director (uncredited)
Jean-Michel Rodon ... press attache France: 2002 re-release (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Amateur plumber Cluny Brown gets sent off by her uncle to work as a servant at an English country estate. While there, she becomes friendly with Adam Belinski, a charming Czech refugee. She also becomes interested in a dull shopkeeper named Mr. Wilson. Belinski soon falls in love with Cluny and tries to keep her from marrying Wilson. Written by Daniel Bubbeo

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Taglines At Last...The Stars You've Wanted - In Each Other's Arms! (original half-sheet poster) See more »
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Also Known As
  • La folle ingénue (France)
  • Cluny Brown auf Freiersfüßen (Germany)
  • El pecado de Cluny Brown (Spain)
  • Kleines Mädel - Große Liebe (Austria)
  • El pecado de Cluny Brown (Mexico)
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  • 100 min
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Trivia This was the last film director Ernst Lubitsch completed himself. He died the following year during the filming of That Lady in Ermine (1948). See more »
Goofs Midway through the film, Andrew Carmel drives through the village on his way to his parents' country house. However, when Belinski leaves the Carmel house he is driven through the village traveling in the same direction on the same road as Andrew was driving towards the house. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Fox Hunt (1956). See more »
Quotes Adam Belinski: In Hyde Park, for instance, some people like to feed nuts to the squirrels. But if it makes you happy to feed squirrels to the nuts, who am I to say, "nuts to the squirrels?"
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