One Hour with You (1932)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance


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An unhappily married couple try to come between a happy one.


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  • Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald in One Hour with You (1932)
  • Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald in One Hour with You (1932)
  • Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald in One Hour with You (1932)
  • Jeanette MacDonald in One Hour with You (1932)
  • Jeanette MacDonald in One Hour with You (1932)
  • Jeanette MacDonald in One Hour with You (1932)

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31 August 2005 | peterjohndean
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| Art Deco classic
I first saw this film in 1955 at a tiny art cinema in Oxford. The print was in perfect condition and the shimmering dresses and art deco were fascinating. I sat through three showings and left on a wave of good feeling which has lasted ever since. (I can still sing "Three Times a Day" in which Chevalier as a doctor prescribes pills to his patient (with its the sexual innuendo). The comparison with Mamoulian's"Love me Tonight" with the same principals is very interesting. Mamoulian sends up the aristocratic Ruritanian musical comedy while Lubitsch adores the middle class. Both in their different ways are brilliant. Both use surrealist effects to heighten a sense of unreality. This is pure entertainment in a European tradition. Genevieve Tobin is a wonderful support but her career never really took off.

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