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Two Tickets to Paris (1962)

In this musical, fairly light movie, two young people, Joey and Piper are in love. They embark on a cruise to Paris to get married, with the acerbic but kind Aggie as a chaperone. Along the... See full summary »

Director:

Greg Garrison

Writers:

Hal Hackady (original story), Hal Hackady (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joey Dee Joey Dee ... Joey
Gary Crosby ... Gary
Kay Medford ... Aggie
Jeri Lynn Frazer Jeri Lynn Frazer ... Piper
Lisa James Lisa James ... Coco
Charles Nelson Reilly ... Claypoole
Richard Dickens Richard Dickens ... Tony
Nina Paige Nina Paige ... Dumb Blonde
Sal Lombardo Sal Lombardo ... Marmaduke
Jeri Archer Jeri Archer ... Mrs. Patten
Michele Moinot Michele Moinot ... Le Claire
Jay Burton Jay Burton ... Charles
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dave Brigati Dave Brigati ... Self (as The Starliters)
Willie Davis Willie Davis ... Self (as The Starliters)
Carlton Lattimore Carlton Lattimore ... Self (as The Starliters)
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In this musical, fairly light movie, two young people, Joey and Piper are in love. They embark on a cruise to Paris to get married, with the acerbic but kind Aggie as a chaperone. Along the way, their sweet innocent romance runs into trouble when Coco, a French dancer uses Joey to make her straying boyfriend jealous. Written by Anonymous

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The Wildest Wonder-Cruise Ever! See more »

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Comedy | Musical

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Sigrid Valdis' film debut. See more »

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Two Tickets to Paris
Written by Hal Hackady and Don Gohman
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Worth a look for "The Twist" Joey performs
26 October 2010 | by IsawthatSee all my reviews

If your feeling like early 60's nastalga, enjoyed "The Twist" and the swing era, this movie will hold something for you. The movie seems nothing more than a vessel for "The Starlighters" and their songs, which were charting well. The dancing by Joey Dee is a treat. The rest of the movie is a "B" grade, wholesome affair, the acting is bearable, though once I got a few minutes into the movie and picked up on the plot I was able to look past the self conscious acting and started to enjoy where the movie was taking me.

Jeri Lynn Frazer was cute in her first of only a few rolls in movies, and her only leading roll.

Charles Nelson Reilly was at his wacky best, if not a few notches past.

Throw in some crooners, music from the era, some dancing, a boat trip and what should have been good jokes, ordinarily delivered and you have "Two Tickets to Paris"

You may enjoy this if you were around at the time and remember the culture.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 December 1963 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Dos boletos a París See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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