A sparkling comic treat, boasting witty dialogue co-written by Billy Wilder and expert direction by Ernst Lubitsch, features a shining performance from Greta Garbo as a stone-faced Russian agent who travels to Paris to see to the sale of the Imperial Jewels, only to fall for suave playboy Melvyn Douglas. Ina Claire, Sig Rumann, and Bela Lugosi co-star.

Year: 1939
Genre: Comedy, Classic Comedy, Best of the 1930s, Time Mag's 100 Best, Movies (1001 You Must See Before You Die), Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Ernst Lubitsch
Starring: Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas, Ina Claire, Bela Lugosi
Duration: 106 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Classic Comedy



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