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On the Riviera (1951) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Walter Lang and produced by Sol C. Siegel.

Academy Awards 1951 --- Ceremony Number 24 (source: AMPAS)

Best Art DirectionArt Direction: Lyle Wheeler, Leland Fuller; Musical Settings: Joseph C. Wright; Set Decoration: Nominated
Best Music - ScoringAlfred NewmanNominated

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On the Riviera (1951)

By Cameron on Feb 19, 2018 From The Blonde At The Film

via: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:On_the_Riviera_1951.jpg ?Unless otherwise noted, all images are my own. On the Riviera (1951) was 20th Century Fox’s third iteration of this story about an entertainer impersonating a powerful man and confusing his girlfriend and the man’s wife alo... Read full article

Double Trouble: That Night in Rio (1941) and On the Riviera (1951)

By Michaela on Oct 9, 2015 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood

Here's my second entry to this blogathon, dedicated to looking at Hollywood's favorite pastime: remakes. You can see the other entries here. ********************************************************************************* As I said yesterday -- okay, insisted -- I try not to hold grudges aga... Read full article

On the Riviera (1951)

on Oct 6, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film

I was ambivalent prior to watching On the Riviera considering I called Danny Kaye a discount Donald O’Connor when I reviewed White Christmas.? While this feature isn’t perceived as one of Kaye’s greatest, it gave me a better view of his work, and an ability to understand why heR... Read full article

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This was the third film to be based on the 1934 stage play "The Red Cat" by Hans Adler. In 1934 Fox studio chief Darryl F. Zanuck financed a brief Broadway run (13 performances) of the play so he could acquire the movie rights to it. The first film version of the play was Folies-Bergère, starring Maurice Chevalier in the dual leading role. The film was remade as That Night in Rio, with Don Ameche in the dual leading role, and Carmen Miranda as his former girlfriend. In this film Danny Kaye does impressions of Chevalier and Miranda, the stars of the two previous films.
The painting of Gene Tierney over the fireplace is, of course, the famous portrait of her from the black-and-white noir classic Laura. It is the only opportunity to see the legendary painting in color.
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