April in Paris (film)
|Original title||April in Paris|
|Country of production||United States|
|Age rating||FSK 12|
Jack Rose ,
Ray Heindorf ,
|camera||Wilfred M. Cline|
The diplomat Winthrop Putnam accidentally sends two letters to two wrong addressees. The revue dancer Ethel "Dynamite" Jackson received an invitation as a delegate from America to participate in an art festival in Paris. When the press hears about it, it becomes a big story. Ethel was invited to make the cruise to Paris with Putnam and other representatives from the United States . For Jackson, the ride is far from a pleasure as the delegate meeting is very stiff. She befriends the Frenchman François, who earns his living as a steward during the crossing. On the last evening, François offers to accompany Jackson in the evening, but Putnam also wants to bring this matter up to her because he is fascinated by her.
The film was completed by the production company Warner Bros. and later distributed. The musical was recorded in an aspect ratio of 1.37: 1 on 35mm film . The film was shot in the Warner Bros. Film Studios in Burbank , California .