That Girl from Paris


That Girl from Paris (1936)

(featuring Lucille Ball as Claire Williams)

Lucille Ball Movies

This light-hearted musical romance follows the exploits of a beautiful French opera star who abandons her fiancee and stows away aboard a New York-bound ocean liner so she can be near the bandleader she really loves.

At first the swinging maestro doesn't recognize her, but after she sings a few, love blossoms and happiness ensues.

Special Notes: The film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Sound Recording (John Aalberg).

Movie #33
Film Date: 1936

Release Date: January 1, 1937
Film Type: musical
Film Color: black/white
Studio: RKO-Radio
Film Length: 104 minutes

Leigh Jason (Director)
Pandro S. Berman (Producer)

Character Role:
Lucille Ball (Claire Williams)

Supporting Cast:
Lily Pons (Nikki Martin)
Gene Raymond (Windy McLean)
Jack Oakie (Whammo)
Herman Bing (Hammacher)
Mischa Auer (Butch)
Frank Jenks (Laughing Boy)
Patricia Wilder (Coat Room Girl)
Vinton Haworth (Reporter)
Willard Robertson (Immigration Officer)
Gregory Gaye (Paul De Vry)
Ferdinand Gottschalk (Uncle)
Rafaela Ottiano (Marie)
Harry Jans (Purser)
Landis Stevens (Ship's Captain)
Edward Price (Photographer)
Alec Craig (Justice of the Peace)
Pat Hartigan
Gene Reynolds
Louis Mercier
Ferdinand Munier (Mayor)
Richard Carle (Bit Part)
Edgar Dearing (Ship's Officer)
Michael Mark