One Heavenly Night

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One Heavenly Night
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John Boles and Evelyn Laye in
One Heavenly Night
Directed by George Fitzmaurice
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Arthur Hornblow Jr. (uncredited)
Written by Louis Bromfield (story)
Sidney Howard (adaptation)
Cinematography George Barnes
Gregg Toland
Edited by Stuart Heisler
Distributed by United Artists
Release date
  • January 14, 1931 (1931-01-14)
Running time
82 min.
Country United States
Language English

One Heavenly Night is a 1931 American pre-Code film, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, released through United Artists, and directed by George Fitzmaurice.

The plot here revolves around a poor-but-honest flower girl who agrees to impersonate an opera star. This film brought Goldwyn his worst reviews and largest financial loss ($300,000) since going independent in 1923. However, the profits from Whoopee! (1930) more than made up the difference.[1]



  1. ^ Goldwyn: A Biography, A. Scott Berg

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