Paris Interlude (1934)

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Julie has a star crossed romance with Sam, leaning on pal Cassie when unhappy. When Sam is believed dead Cassie urges Julie to take up with good guy Pat. When Sam returns Cassie tries to do the right thing by her best friend.

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  • Robert Young and Madge Evans in Paris Interlude (1934)
  • Robert Young and Madge Evans in Paris Interlude (1934)
  • Robert Young and Madge Evans in Paris Interlude (1934)
  • Madge Evans and Otto Kruger in Paris Interlude (1934)
  • Robert Young, Madge Evans, and Otto Kruger in Paris Interlude (1934)
  • Robert Young, Madge Evans, and Otto Kruger in Paris Interlude (1934)

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11 June 2016 | bkoganbing
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| Mentor and lover
Of course Paris Interlude never got closer to France than MGM's back lot. It was highly doubtful that MGM would have laid out a lot of money for a B film taken from a flop play.

Laura Perelman's play All Good Americans is about a Parisian expatriate company of hard partying Americans who work at all kinds of occupations to pay the rent. It ran only 40 performances on Broadway the year before and among other people in the cast in a small part was James Stewart. I half expected F. Scott Fitzgerald to pop up in a supporting role in the film.

But the film centers around Otto Kruger with Madge Evans who's in love with him and Robert Young whom he mentors in the foreign correspondent trade. He's kind of sort of promised to marry Evans, but leaves her flat with Robert Young to comfort her while he's been transferred to American, then China.

Need I say more than eventually the course of true love takes its course in this rather sappy and old fashioned romantic melodrama.

Best in this film is Una Merkel, gal pal to Evans who's the only one who sees everything clearly and offers sound advice to one and all.

Not the best work for any of the cast except maybe Merkel.

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