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The Ambassador's Daughter (1956) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Norman Krasna and produced by Norman Krasna and Denise Batcheff.

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Cpl. Al O'Connor: [O'Connor and Sullivan have tickets to the ballet] I'll buy the tickets, let's go someplace else.
Sgt. Danny Sullivan: You've never been to the ballet. How do you know you won't like it?
Cpl. Al O'Connor: I've never been skinned alive either. I've got an opinion.

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The film market became segmented when studios realized that they could release and distribute differing versions of films for domestic and international audiences. In this film, in a scene set in a Parisian nightclub, Joan Fisk (Olivia de Havilland), daughter of the US Ambassador to France and American GI Sgt. Danny Sullivan (John Forsythe) watched a stage revue. In the European version, the dancers were topless.
Last feature film of Minor Watson.
Edward Arnold and Adolphe Menjou shared the same birthday: February 18th, 1890.
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