Rage Of Paris

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  • NR
  • 1938
  • 1 hr 17 min
  • 6.9  (975)

In the comedy film Rage of Paris from 1938, Danielle Darrieux plays Nicole, a Parisian woman who is struggling to make ends meet as a dressmaker's assistant. One day, she learns about an opportunity to attend an audition in Monte Carlo, where the famous Countess Helene de Sola (Helen Broderick) is searching for a new singing star. Determined to improve her fortunes, Nicole travels to Monte Carlo with her best friend, Gloria (Broderick). Upon arrival, they meet two American men: Jim Trevor (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) and Steve Morrow (Mischa Auer). Jim is a wealthy businessman who is visiting Monte Carlo with his friend Steve, a Russian dancer. Jim is immediately smitten with Nicole and tries to impress her, while Steve sets his sights on Gloria.

However, things don't go as planned for Nicole, as she fails to impress the Countess at the audition. To make matters worse, she and Gloria lose all their money in a casino. Feeling dejected, Nicole decides to return to Paris. But Jim, who is still interested in her, convinces her to stay in Monte Carlo by offering her a job as his personal assistant.

Nicole agrees, but she soon discovers that Jim's job offer is just a ruse to spend more time with her. Despite this, she begins to fall for Jim as well. Their budding romance is interrupted when Nicole's former boss, Monsieur Picot (Louis Hayward), arrives in Monte Carlo and tries to woo her back to Paris.

As the story unfolds, Nicole must make a choice between staying in Monte Carlo with Jim or returning to Paris with Picot. Meanwhile, Gloria and Steve's own romance hits a few bumps along the way.

Rage of Paris is a lighthearted romantic comedy that showcases the talent of actress Danielle Darrieux, who delivers a charming performance as the lovable and down-on-her-luck Nicole. Fairbanks Jr. is equally charismatic as the wealthy and persistent Jim, while Auer adds a touch of humor as the bumbling Russian dancer.

The film also features some fantastic musical numbers, including Darrieux's rendition of "C'est Tout, Ma Cherie" and Auer's comical dance routine. The glamorous setting of Monte Carlo and the stylish costumes further add to the film's charm.

Overall, Rage of Paris is an enjoyable and heartwarming film that will appeal to fans of classic Hollywood romantic comedies. With its talented cast, catchy music, and charming storyline, it's a must-see for anyone who loves a good old-fashioned love story.

Rage Of Paris is a 1938 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 17 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.9.

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  • Runtime
    1 hr 17 min
  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (975)