Cluny Brown1946

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Cluny Brown
Directed by:
Ernst Lubitsch

Released on May 01 of 1946 in the USA, "Cluny Brown" (also known as "Kleines Mädel - Große Liebe", "Cluny Brown auf Freiersfüßen", "Herz am rechten Fleck, Das") is a Comedy/Romance film directed by Ernst Lubitsch, and written by Margery Sharp (novel) . Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones are starring, alongside Peter Lawford, Helen Walker, Reginald Gardiner and Reginald Owen.

Who is the director of "Cluny Brown":

Cluny Brown was directed by Ernst Lubitsch, a German director, producer, writer, and actor.

Before making Cluny Brown, Ernst Lubitsch had directed A Royal Scandal, released in 1945, Heaven Can Wait (1943), To Be or Not to Be (1942), That Uncertain Feeling (1941), The Shop Around the Corner (1940), and Ninotchka (1939). Since, he directed That Lady in Ermine, released in 1948.

When was "Cluny Brown" released:

Cluny Brown was first released on Wednesday, May 01, 1946, in the United States.. This was seventy-three (73) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, June 04, 1947 in France; Sunday, December 14, 1980 in Germany; Saturday, April 19, 1947 in Italy and on Saturday, December 02, 1950 in Japan.

What is the casting of "Cluny Brown":

At the casting of Cluny Brown we find Charles Boyer, previously seen in La Bataille du rail (1946) and Confidential Agent (1945); Jennifer Jones (Love Letters (1945), Since You Went Away (1944)); Peter Lawford (Two Sisters from Boston (1946), Ziegfeld Follies (1946)) [ more... ]

  • Una O'Connor and Reginald Gardiner, Reginald Owen, Richard Haydn, Sara Allgood, Ernest Cossart also appeared together in Forever and a Day, released in 1943.
  • Una O'Connor and Peter Lawford, Reginald Owen can all be seen in The Canterville Ghost, released in 1944.
  • Florence Bates and Richard Haydn, Ernest Cossart also worked together in Tonight and Every Night, released in 1945.
  • Reginald Owen, Richard Haydn and Ernest Cossart also appeared together in Charley's Aunt, released in 1941.

What is the Storyline of "Cluny Brown":

A plumber's niece (Jennifer Jones) and a refugee (Charles Boyer) meet in England prior to World War II, and Una O'Connor, Peter Lawford, Helen Walker, Reginald Gardiner, C. Aubrey Smith, Reginald Owen, and Richard Haydn are around to take up what slack there is. This 1946 film is the last one Lubitsch completed.


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