Passed | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A dashing pilot and a vivacious reporter have romantic and dramatic adventures in Europe as World War II begins.
Even though the French-born Claudette Colbert could speak French fluently, when she had to speak French in the film as an American, she was able to do it with an American accent.
Ever notice how these European trains always smell of Eau de Cologne and hard-boiled eggs?
When Walter Abel tells Claudette Colbert that she has got a new assignment in Berlin and she is told she is going in 3 days time on Saturday, she receives a cable dated September 1st, 1939, from Ray Milland. September 1st, 1939, was a Friday.
English, French, German, Spanish