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One Night's Song

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One Night's Song
Directed byPierre Colombier
Anatole Litvak
Written byHenri-Georges Clouzot
Albrecht Joseph
Irma von Cube
Produced byArnold Pressburger
Gregor Rabinovitch
William A. Szekeley
StarringJan Kiepura
Magda Schneider
Pierre Brasseur
CinematographyRobert Baberske
Willy Goldberger
Fritz Arno Wagner
Edited byFrancis Salabert
Music byWilly Schmidt-Gentner
Mischa Spoliansky
Production
company
Distributed byLes Films Osso
Release date
  • 3 February 1933 (1933-02-03)
Running time
85 minutes
CountriesFrance
Germany
LanguageFrench

One Night's Song (French: La chanson d'une nuit) is a 1933 musical film directed by Pierre Colombier and Anatole Litvak and starring Jan Kiepura, Magda Schneider and Pierre Brasseur.[1] [2] It was a co-production between Germany and France. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin alongside the German The Song of Night. A separate English-language version Tell Me Tonight was also produced.

Synopsis

Celebrated opera singer Enrico Ferraro is overwhelmed by his fame and tired of being directed by his manager. He heads to the French Riviera for a break and there encounters Koretzky, a man who strongly resembles him. He engages Koretzky to act as his double but complications soon arise.

Cast

Critical reception

A review in the film magazine Pour Vous considered it "tasteful cinema, light-heartedness and good humor without any vulgarity" while other reviewers praised Anatole Litvak's direction.[3]

References

  1. ^ Bessy & Chirat p.304
  2. ^ Crisp p.393
  3. ^ Capua p.124

Bibliography

  • Bessy, Maurice & Chirat, Raymond. Histoire du cinéma français: 1929-1934. Pygmalion, 1988.
  • Crisp, Colin. Genre, Myth and Convention in the French Cinema, 1929-1939. Indiana University Press, 2002.
  • Rège, Philippe. Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Volume 1. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

External links

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