A Gentleman of Paris (1931 film)

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A Gentleman of Paris
Directed by Sinclair Hill
Written by Sewell Collins
Sidney Gilliat
Based on"His Honour, the Judge"
by Niranjan Pal
Produced by Michael Balcon
Starring Arthur Wontner
Vanda Gréville
Hugh Williams
Cinematography Mutz Greenbaum
Production
company
Distributed by Gaumont British Distributors
Release date
9 December 1931
Running time
78 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

A Gentleman of Paris is a 1931 British crime drama film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Arthur Wontner, Vanda Gréville and Hugh Williams. It is based on the story "His Honour, the Judge" by Niranjan Pal.

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It was made at Cricklewood and Lime Grove Studios. [1]

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  1. Wood p.71

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