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Stopover in Orly

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Stopover in Orly
Directed byJean Dréville
Written byPaul Andréota
Jacques Companéez
Joseph Than
Based onStopover in Orly by Curt Riess
Produced byJean Darvey
Jean Dréville
Alkexander Grüter
Max Koslowski
Alexandre Lourié
Ray Ventura
StarringDany Robin
Dieter Borsche
Simone Renant
Heinz Rühmann
CinematographyHelmuth Ashley
Edited byEva Kroll
Gabriel Rongier
Music byPaul Misraki
Corona Filmproduktion
Hoche Productions
Marina Films
Release date
4 March 1955
Running time
105 minutes
  • France
  • West Germany

Stopover in Orly (French: Escale à Orly, German: Zwischenlandung in Paris) is a 1955 French-West German romantic comedy crime film directed by Jean Dréville and starring Dany Robin, Dieter Borsche, Simone Renant and Heinz Rühmann.[1] It was shot at the Bendestorf Studios near Hamburg and the Victorine Studios in Nice. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani. Location shooting took place at Orly Airport, then the main airport for Paris.


Michèle, an employee at the airport, is in love with American pilot Eddie Miller who regularly flies the route from New York to Paris, but problems arise when he is transferred to the Tokyo route. Meanwhile Michèle's uncle Albert who works in the freight department sets out to tackle a drug trafficking outfit.



  1. ^ Bergfelder p.62-63


  • Bergfelder, Tim. International Adventures: German Popular Cinema and European Co-Productions in the 1960s. Berghahn Books, 2005.
  • Körner, Torsten. Ein guter Freund: Heinz Rühmann. Biographie. Aufbau Digital, 2019.

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