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Oh, What a Night (1944 film)

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Oh, What a Night
Directed byWilliam Beaudine
Written byMarian Orth & Paul Gerard Smith
StarringEdmund Lowe
Jean Parker
Distributed byMonogram Pictures
Release date
  • September 2, 1944 (1944-09-02)
Running time
72 mins
CountryUnited States

Oh, What A Night is a 1944 crime drama starring Edmund Lowe & Jean Parker and directed by William Beaudine.[1][2]

The film's story was written by Marian Orth and the screenplay by Paul Gerard Smith.

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Jewel thieves Rand, Tom Gordon, Rocco, Boris, and Countess Sonya meet at the California Hotel to await Lillian Vanderhoven, a former burlesque dancer who is now a wealthy dowager and has acquired an expensive diamond known as the "Kimberly King Diamond". Alongside the group is Valerie, Gordon's niece. Valerie meets Rand and becomes convinced he and Gordon are friends on vacation. Rand meets a guest at the hotel, Detective Norris, who convinces him to keep the gemstone safe.

After Vanderhoven arrives to the hotel, Rand's valet Wyndy is with her, having posed as an English nobleman. Wyndy wishes to steal Vanderhoven's diamond, but learns of Rand's promise to Detective Norris.

That evening at a dinner party, Gordon dances with Vanderhoven and promptly steals the diamond. Rand decides to retrieve the gemstone, but doesn't want to alert Valerie, to whom he has become fond of, to the fact that her uncle is a thief. While Gordon is packing his suitcase in front of Valerie, Rand forces him to hand over the diamond at gunpoint. This act intentionally leaves Valerie thinking that Rand was the thief instead of Gordon. After leaving the gem with Norris, Rand and Wyndy leave the hotel. Due to his generous act, Rand convinces himself that there is honor among thieves.



  1. ^ "Oh, What a Night". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 25 October 2022.
  2. ^ Margaret, Sauter (Sep 25, 1944). "Looking Over The Movies". No. 157. The Portsmouth Times. Retrieved 25 October 2022.

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