Passed | | Comedy, Musical, Romance
This film is the second adaptation by Lubitsch of play in three acts by Lothar Schmidt (born Goldschmidt), which premiered in Munich in 1909.
In Switzerland they have a very peculiar law. When a husband shoots his wife, they put him in jail.
Original release prints of "One Hour With You" contained a number of scenes tinted in amber and blue (for interior and exterior night-time scenes). These tints were restored by UCLA, and the tinted version of the film was used in the laserdisc release "The Lubitsch Touch".