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So This Is Paris

Released Jul 31, 1926 1h 20m Comedy List
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When Dr. Giraud (Monte Blue) goes to a neighboring apartment to make a complaint, he is shocked to find his old flame, dancer Georgette Lalle (Lilyan Tashman). The chance encounter rekindles a romance, and as Giraud and Georgette start to meet, he tells various cover stories to his wife, Suzanne (Patsy Ruth Miller), about needy patients. After Suzanne hears on the radio that Georgette and Giraud have won a Charleston dance contest, she finally starts to see the truth. Read More Read Less

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Robert E. Sherwood LIFE [Lubitsch's] latest picture, So This Is Paris, is dead-level stuff -- a faint carbon copy of all the pictures that have been made by Lubitsch and his numerous imitators. Oct 4, 2021 Full Review Fernando F. Croce CinePassion The perfect setting for Ernst Lubitsch's comedy of pretense Apr 2, 2010 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis When Dr. Giraud (Monte Blue) goes to a neighboring apartment to make a complaint, he is shocked to find his old flame, dancer Georgette Lalle (Lilyan Tashman). The chance encounter rekindles a romance, and as Giraud and Georgette start to meet, he tells various cover stories to his wife, Suzanne (Patsy Ruth Miller), about needy patients. After Suzanne hears on the radio that Georgette and Giraud have won a Charleston dance contest, she finally starts to see the truth.
Director
Ernst Lubitsch
Producer
Darryl F Zanuck
Screenwriter
Hanns Kräly
Distributor
MCA/Universal
Production Co
Universal International Pictures
Genre
Comedy
Release Date (Theaters)
Jul 31, 1926, Original
Release Date (Streaming)
May 7, 2021
Runtime
1h 20m
Sound Mix
Mono