So This Is Paris (1955 film)

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So This Is Paris
So This Is Paris - 1955 - Poster.png
Directed by Richard Quine
Starring Tony Curtis
Gloria DeHaven
Gene Nelson
Corinne Calvet
Paul Gilbert
Cinematography Maury Gertsman
Universal Pictures
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
  • December 15, 1954 (1954-12-15) (United States)
  • February 11, 1955 (1955-02-11) (New York City)
Running time
96 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1.5 million[1]

So This Is Paris is a 1955 Technicolor romantic musical comedy film directed by Richard Quine. It stars Tony Curtis (in his only film musical) and Gloria DeHaven.[2]


Joe, Al and Davy are in Paris, three sailors on a furlough. They see the sights, but have their sights set on getting to know three girls, including Colette d'Avril, a nightclub singer, and Suzzane Sorrel, who's just had her purse snatched.

Each is in for a surprise. Joe finds out that Colette is Janie Mitchell, a girl from Brooklyn. She also is raising several orphans at home with financial aid from a male benefactor. Al, meanwhile, learns that Suzzane is a high-society lady who lives in a mansion.

Complications occur when Suzzane makes a play for Joe, giving him a kiss that is photographed and appears in the next day's newspapers. Janie isn't happy about that, but is grateful when the sailors organize a fund-raiser for the kids after her benefactor's death. All the boys need to get back to their ship, but promise they'll be back.


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  1. ^ 'The Top Box-Office Hits of 1955', Variety Weekly, January 25, 1956
  2. ^

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