One Hour with You Overview:

One Hour with You (1932) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by George Cukor and Ernst Lubitsch and produced by Ernst Lubitsch.

Academy Awards 1931/32 --- Ceremony Number 5 (source: AMPAS)

Best PictureParamount PublixNominated

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One Hour with You

By Alyson on Oct 26, 2010 From The Best Picture Project

This has got to be the most charming little film of the 1930?s I?ve encountered yet. In One Hour With You we meet a young, happily married couple: Andre (Maurice Chevalier) and Colette (Jeanette MacDonald). ?It?s summarized (partially in song) how happy they are and how great marriage is. ?The next ... Read full article

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Dr. Andre Bertier: Madame! You may think I'm a coward. I am!

Professor Olivier: When I married her, she was a brunette. Now you can't believe anything she says.

Mitzi Olivier: I'll be waiting in a taxi on the next corner. Five minutes.
Dr. Andre Bertier: Impossible.
Mitzi Olivier: Ten minutes.
Dr. Andre Bertier: Ridiculous.
Mitzi Olivier: All right, fifteen minutes.
Dr. Andre Bertier: Positively maybe.

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A French-language version _Une heure près de toi_, ("One More Hour With You") was filmed simultaneously. Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald (who spoke French fluently) played the same parts as in the English version, and Lili Damita replaced Genevieve Tobin.
The title song was later adapted as the theme song for Eddie Cantor's radio program.
One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since.
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