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When Regina Lampert's husband, Charles, is found alongside a train, murdered. In no time she's left broke, homeless, and with the French police, the American government, and 3 rather insistent men all thinking she knows where the money they say Charles stole is located. Gorgeous Audrey Hepburn and debonair Cary Grant sparkle in the film, which has been called 'the best Hitchcock film he never made'. It's fun, suspenseful, and stylish. Fall in love with Paris and a wonderful cast in this deservedly well-loved Stanley Donen film.

Director: Stanley Donen
Writer: Peter Stone (screenplay), Peter Stone (story), Marc Behm (story)
Production: Madacy Entertainment
Year: 1963
MetaScore: 83/100
ImdbRating: 7.9
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 05 Dec 1963
Awards: Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 3 wins & 8 nominations.


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Cast

Peter Joshua - Cary Grant
Regina Lampert - Audrey Hepburn
Hamilton Bartholomew - Walter Matthau
Tex Panthollow - James Coburn
Herman Scobie - George Kennedy
Sylvie Gaudet - Dominique Minot
Leopold W. Gideon - Ned Glass
Insp. Edouard Grandpierre - Jacques Marin
Mr. Felix - Paul Bonifas
Jean-Louis Gaudet - Thomas Chelimsky
Subway Passenger - Marc Arian
Taxi Driver - Marcel Bernier
Man in Stamp Market - Georges Billy
Man in Stamp Market - Albert Daumergue
Taxi Driver - Raoul Delfosse
Passer-by in the Public Garden - Lucien Desagneaux
Man in Elevator - Stanley Donen
Hamilton Bartholomew - Colin Drake
Man Smoking Cigarette in Nightclub - Mel Ferrer
Man Who Writes in the Terrace of the Cafe - Jean Gold
Extra - Chantal Goya
German Tourist - Clément Harari
Master of Ceremonies at Les Black Sheep Club - Monte Landis
Hotel Receptionnist - Bernard Musson
Italian Representative in EURESCO - Antonio Passalia
Ice Cream Salesman - Jacques Préboist
Man in Elevator - Peter Stone
British Representative in EURESCO - Anthony Stuart
Embassy Driver - Michel Thomass
Subway Passenger - André Tomasi
Mortuary Employee - Roger Trapp
Hallmark Employee in the Subway - Louis Viret