The Laughing Lady (1946)

  |  Drama, Musical


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A nobleman is sent to England by Robespierre to steal Marie Antoinette's former pearls from the Prince of Wales in order to save his mother from the guillotine.


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16 November 2013 | Mozjoukine
British musical costume drama.
This passable British costume romance takes us to the wake of the French revolution, where La Canaille are busily putting an Aristo countess on trial. Robespierre / Goldner sends her son as a highwayman to England, to hold up the always excellent Sullivan and the man's daughter Ziegler, who is destined for the Prince of Wales' clutches, while they finalize Brighton Pier.

The middle aged working class leads just about get away with the dialogue ("What brutes are all of you men") and unsynchronised numbers about magical moonlight. The character actors and good costumes are a help to this old fashioned sub operetta.

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Genres

Drama | Musical

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Release Date:

21 January 1947

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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