Paris Underground (film)

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Paris Underground
Paris Underground FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Gregory Ratoff
Produced by Constance Bennett
Cinematography Lee Garmes
Edward Cronjager
Edited by James E. Newcom
Production
company
Constance Bennett Productions
Distributed by United Artists
Release dates 19 October 1945
Running time 97 min.
Country United States
Language English

Paris Underground, also known as Madame Pimpernel (1945) is a film directed by Gregory Ratoff, and based on the book by Etta Shiber.

The film stars Constance Bennett and Gracie Fields as an American and an Englishwoman trapped in Paris when Nazi Germany invades in 1940, who rescue British airmen shot down in France and help them escape across the English Channel.

The film was nominated for Academy Award for Best Original Score for Alexandre Tansman's score (one of 21 nominations that year).

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