Café Metropole (1937) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Edward H. Griffith and produced by Nunnally Johnson.
Caf? Metropole (1937)By Beatrice on Oct 27, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Caf? Metropole Directed by Edward H. Griffith Written by Jacques Deval from an original story by Gregory Ratoff 1937/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation First viewing Russian raconteur Monsieur Victor (Adolphe Menjou) owns a nightclub in Paris and is deeply in debt. ?He gambles the last fra... Read full article
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Margaret Ridgeway: [to a gendarme who is arresting her husband] I'm his moll. Wherever he goes, I go - gangster talk!
Alexis: Love not only comes, it goes. Comes and goes. Comes...
Laura Ridgeway: Yes, I know... like your accent.
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Hollywood Reporter production charts and news items listed Jean Hersholt in the cast, but he did not appear in the movie.
Two scenes featuring Bill Robinson (aka "Bojangles Robinson") were cut from the final version of the film: a solo tap dance performance in black tie by the dancing legend and a duet in beachcomber outfits with a female dancer. Both scenes are included in a DVD released by Fox as part of "Tyrone Power, Matinee Idol."
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