Stamboul (film)

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Stamboul (1931) is a British drama film directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki and starring Warwick Ward, Rosita Moreno, Margot Grahame, and Garry Marsh, and released by the British division of Paramount Pictures. Buchowetski also co-directed El hombre que asesino with Fernando Gomis, the Spanish-language version of the film, also released by Paramount.[1]

The film is based on the novel L'homme qui assasina (1906) by Claude Farrere and on a play by Pierre Frondaie.


In the lead-up to the First World War, a French military attaché falls in love with the wife of a prominent German in Stamboul in the Ottoman Empire.


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