Paris Honeymoon is a 1939 American comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and starring Bob Hope, George Burns, Gracie Allen, and Gale Sondergaard. The film is about a couple who go on their honeymoon to Paris, but their plans are interrupted by a series of mishaps. The film begins with Bob Hope and George Burns as a couple who are about to go on their honeymoon to Paris. However, their plans are interrupted when they are mistaken for a couple of jewel thieves. The two men are arrested and taken to jail, where they meet Gale Sondergaard, who is also a jewel thief. Sondergaard helps the two men escape from jail, and they all go to Paris together. In Paris, the three of them get into a series of mishaps. They are chased by the police, they are mistaken for other people, and they even end up in a bullfight. However, through it all, they manage to find love and happiness. Paris Honeymoon is a light-hearted comedy that is sure to entertain audiences of all ages. The film features great performances from Hope, Burns, Allen, and Sondergaard, and it is full of laughs from start to finish.

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Paris Honeymoon (1939)

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Paris Honeymoon is a 1939 American comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and starring Bob Hope, George Burns, Gracie Allen, and Gale Sondergaard. The film is about a couple who go on their honeymoon to Paris, but their plans are interrupted by a series of mishaps. The film begins with Bob Hope and George Burns as a couple who are about to go on their honeymoon to Paris. However, their plans are interrupted when they are mistaken for a couple of jewel thieves. The two men are arrested and taken to jail, where they meet Gale Sondergaard, who is also a jewel thief. Sondergaard helps the two men escape from jail, and they all go to Paris together. In Paris, the three of them get into a series of mishaps. They are chased by the police, they are mistaken for other people, and they even end up in a bullfight. However, through it all, they manage to find love and happiness. Paris Honeymoon is a light-hearted comedy that is sure to entertain audiences of all ages. The film features great performances from Hope, Burns, Allen, and Sondergaard, and it is full of laughs from start to finish.

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Bing Crosby

'Lucky' Lawton
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Franciska Gaal

Manya
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Akim Tamiroff

Mayor Peter Karloca
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Shirley Ross

Barbara Wayne aka Countess De Remi
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Edward Everett Horton

Ernest Figg
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Ben Blue

Sitska
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Rafaela Ottiano

Fluschotska
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Gregory Gaye

Count Georges De Remi
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Luana Walters

Angela
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Alex Melesh

Pulka Tomasto
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Victor Kilian

Old Villager aka The Ancient
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Michael Visaroff

Judge
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Keith Hitchcock

Butler (as Keith Kenneth)
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Raymond Hatton

Huskins
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Marie Burton

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Ethel Clayton

Undetermined Role (uncredited)
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Victor De Linsky

Mug (uncredited)
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Paula DeCardo

Dancer (uncredited)
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Albert Dekker

Amorous Drunk (uncredited)
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Maria Doray

Peasant (uncredited)
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Jean Fenwick

Undetermined Role (uncredited)
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Norah Gale

Girl (uncredited)
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Harriette Haddon

Peasant (uncredited)
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Eddie Hall

Worker Dropping Flower Petals Into Basket (uncredited)
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Lew Hearn

Small Store Proprietor (uncredited)
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Tenen Holtz

Salesman (uncredited)
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Hans Joby

Mug (uncredited)
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Joseph Kamaryt

Fruit Stall Proprietor (uncredited)
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Evelyn Keyes

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Judy King

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Laurie Lane

Girl (uncredited)
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Jerry Mandy

Taxi Victim (uncredited)
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Jack Mannick

Young Peasant (uncredited)
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Joseph Marievsky

Salesman (uncredited)
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Michael Mark

Julieska Partisan (uncredited)
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Andre Marsaudon

Salesman (uncredited)
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Leo Mostovoy

Slot Machine Victim (uncredited)
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Rudolf Myzet

Peasant (uncredited)
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Lucien Prival

Mug (uncredited)
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Peter Seal

Ox Cart Driver (uncredited)
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Louise Seidel

Girl (uncredited)
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Konstantin Shayne

Hotel Porter (uncredited)
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Genaro Spagnoli

Mug (uncredited)
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Carlos Villarías

Partisan (uncredited)
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Janet Waldo

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Cheryl Walker

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Barbara Weeks

Julieska (uncredited)
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Marion Weldon

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Dorothy White

Village Girl (uncredited)
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Gloria Williams

Undetermined Role (uncredited)
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Alex Woloshin

Salesman (uncredited)
Crew
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Frank Tuttle

Director
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Frank Butler

Writer
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Don Hartman

Writer
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Angela Sherwood

Writer
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