Song of Paris
|Song of Paris|
|Directed by||John Guillermin|
|Produced by||Roger Proudlock|
|Written by||Allan MacKinnon|
|Based on||original story by William Rose|
|Music by||Bruce Campbell|
|Edited by||Sam Simmonds|
|Distributed by||Adelphi Films Ltd. (UK)|
|11 February 1952 (UK) |
17 April 1953 (US)
- Dennis Price as Matthew Ibbetson
- Anne Vernon as Clementine
- Mischa Auer as Comte Marcel de Sarliac
- Hermione Baddeley as Mrs. Ibbetson
- Joan Kenny as Jenny Ibbetson
- Brian Worth as Jim Barrett
- Michael Ward as Waterson
- Richard Wattis as Carter
- Kynaston Reeves as Vicar
- Roger Maxwell as Weldon
- Bernard Rebel as Lebrun
- Tessa Prendergast as Seven Veils dancer
- Anton Diffring as Renoir
Amongst contemporary reviews, the News of the World wrote "Pretty blondes suddenly lose their skirts and pompous aristocrats are deprived of their pants. Such fun!" whereas Variety thought it "completely unsubtle in its approach;" and more recently, TV Guide concluded "Auer's antics provide most of the laughs in this tame effort," and rated it 2/5 stars.
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- "Bachelor in Paris (1952) - John Guillermin - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related". AllMovie.
- "BFI Screenonline: Song of Paris (1952)". www.screenonline.org.uk.
- "Bachelor In Paris - TV Guide". TVGuide.com.
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