Take Me to Paris

1951

Jack Raymond
Director
Associated British Pathe
Distributor

Stable hand follows his favorite racehorse to Paris, where he foils a counterfeiting scheme.

Amiable little B-picture vehicle for music hall comic Modley, of interest mainly for sharing a climax at the Eiffel Tower in the same year as another, far more famous film. A few years later, this one would fit in nicely with the Children Film's Foundation library.

Mostly filmed in France, which makes the film a bit of an oddity for a British film, as most of the dialogue is untranslated French!

-Dave W.


Take Me to Paris
1st January 1951
Cinema



67 mins
1.37:1



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Albert Modley
Albert
Bruce Seton
Gerald Vane
Roberta Huby
Linda Vane
Richard Molinas
Pojo
George Bishop
Mr. Armstrong
Leonard Sharp
Walter
Lotte Berk
Danseuse
Marc Valbel
Maurice
Jim Gérald
The Horse Butcher
Georges Rex
The Gendarme
Alfred Argus
Jules
(as Argus)
Paul Bonifas
The Café Proprietor
Claire Guibert
His Daughter Annette
Jacques Cey
VIllager
Johnny Rossi
Villager
Louis Matto
Club Waiter
Aileen Lewis
Club Patron
Paddy Smith
Club Patron
Ernest Blyth
Club Patron
Eiffel Tower
Itself


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