The Rage of Paris

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The Rage of Paris
The Rage of Paris Poster.jpg
Directed by Henry Koster
Produced by Buddy G. DeSylva
Henry Koster (uncredited)
Written by Bruce Manning
Felix Jackson
Story by Bruce Manning
Felix Jackson
Music by uncredited:
Frank Skinner
Hans J. Salter
Charles Previn
Charles Henderson
Cinematography Joseph A. Valentine
Edited by Bernard W. Burton
Universal Pictures
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
  • July 1, 1938 (1938-07-01)
Running time
78 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Rage of Paris is a 1938 American comedy film made by Universal Pictures. The movie was directed by Henry Koster, and written by Bruce Manning and Felix Jackson. It won the Venice Film Festival for Special Recommendation.[1][2][3]

Nicole has no job and is several weeks behind with her rent. Her solution to her problem is to try to snare a rich husband. Enlisting the help of her friend Gloria and the maitre'd at a ritzy New York City hotel, the trio plot to have Gloria catch the eye of Bill Duncan, a handsome millionaire staying at the hotel. The plan works and the two quickly become engaged. Nicole's plan may be thwarted by Bill's friend, Jim Trevor, who's met Nicole before and sees through her plot.



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