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Pardon My French (1951 film)

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The Lady From Boston
(Pardon My French)
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Directed byBernard Vorhaus
StarringPaul Henreid
Merle Oberon
Paul Bonifas
Music byHenri Taverna
Cusick Films
Jupiter Films
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
10 August 1951
Running time
82 minutes
CountryFrance-United States

The Lady from Boston is a 1951 French-American comedy film directed by Bernard Vorhaus and starring Paul Henreid, Merle Oberon and Paul Bonifas. The film is also known as Pardon My French. A French-language version Dans la vie tout s'arrange was also made.

Henreid said he made the film because it was a commitment "to an old friend, Andre Sarve", a French producer. He says it was a "pleasant enough love story" and that Henreid acted as co producer with Sarve.[1]


A Boston schoolteacher (Oberon) inherits a chateau in France, but on arriving to take over the property she discovers it is filled with squatters.



  1. ^ Henreid, Paul; Fast, Julius (1984). Ladies man : an autobiography. St. Martin's Press. p. 190.

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