Gold in the Street

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Gold in the Street
L'Or dans la rue 1934.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Curtis Bernhardt
Written by Henry Koster
Henri Decoin (adaptation & dialogue)
Produced by Eugène Tucherer
Starring Albert Préjean
Danielle Darrieux
Raymond Cordy
Cinematography Michel Kelber
Edited by Henri Aisner
Trude von Molo
Music by Paul Dessau
Jean Lenoir
Georges Van Parys
Production
company
Films Essor
Distributed byLes Editions de Venloo
Release date
  • 28 December 1934 (1934-12-28)
Running time
95 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Gold in the Street (French: L'Or dans la ruepronounced [lɔːʁdɑ̃laʁy] ) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Curtis Bernhardt, written by Henry Koster and Henri Decoin, and starring Danielle Darrieux. [1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.

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Plot

Albert bets his friend Pierre he can seduce the first woman that Pierre might pick. The working girl Gaby happens to be the chosen. When Albert gets to know her he falls in love with her. At the same time he attempts to make a fortune by participating in a swindle about alleged "synthetic gold". But at the very day when the scheme ought to be accomplished, everything goes terribly awry and he is debunked. After that he has scarcely enough money left to buy a ticket to the United States for himself and his fiancée Gaby.

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References

  1. The A to Z of French Cinema p.119

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