Paris (1929) was a Musical - Black-and-white Film directed by Clarence G. Badger and produced by Robert North.
book: The Paris Secret (2018) by Lily GrahamBy John Grant on Sep 6, 2019 From Noirish
A novel that has quite a lot wrong with it yet that I nonetheless found infectiously charming, in the same way that I can be rendered damp-eyed by a Hallmark Channel movie even at the same time as recognizing it as absolute schmaltz. Of course, anything that’s set in a little Paris bookshop is... Read full article
VIVE LA FRANCE! Blogathon: Paris Blues (1961)on Aug 25, 2019 From Caftan Woman
We are being swept up in a Bastille Day celebration with Patricia of Lady Eve's Reel Life and Christian of Silver Screen Modes. Click HERE and cheer Vive la France! Paris is filled with Parisiens Fans greet their idol, "Wild Man" Moore Louis Armstrong Parisiens who play and work at... Read full article
book: The 6:41 to Paris (2013; trans 2015 Alison Anderson) by Jean-Philippe BlondelBy John Grant on Jul 30, 2019 From Noirish
A short novel with a very simple fundamental premise; what makes it so appealing — compulsive reading, indeed — is the execution. Early on the Monday morning following a weekend spent looking after her aged parents, 47-year-old Cecile Duffaut boards the commuter train to Paris. Even thou... Read full article
Quando Paris Alucina (1964) / Paris When It Sizzles (1964)By L? on May 6, 2019 From Critica Retro
Quando Paris Alucina (1964) / Paris When It Sizzles (1964) Dez anos depois de sua ?ltima parceria, “Sabrina” (1954), William Holden e Audrey Hepburn se encontraram novamente em um est?dio de cinema – ou melhor, em dois est?dios de cinema. “Quando Paris Alucina” ... Read full article
book: The Paris Librarian (2016) by Mark PryorBy John Grant on Apr 7, 2019 From Noirish
Paris! A library! Frenchwomen! A locked-room mystery! How could there by a detective novel better designed for this particular seedy old reader? Oh, well . . . Hugo Marston is security head at the American Embassy in Paris; he also does some detectiving on the side with the friendly cooperation of t... Read full article
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