Marion, That's Not Nice

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Marion, That's Not Nice
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Directed by E. W. Emo
Written by
Starring
Cinematography Hugo von Kaweczynski
Music by Otto Stransky
Production
company
Distributed bySiegel-Monopolfilm
Release date
  • 15 February 1933 (1933-02-15)
Running time
82 minutes
CountryGermany
Language German

Marion, That's Not Nice (German : Marion, das gehört sich nicht) is a 1933 German comedy film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Magda Schneider, Hermann Thimig, and Otto Wallburg. [1] It was shot at the Johannisthal Studios in Berlin. [2] A separate Italian-language version Model Wanted was made at the same time. The following year the film was remade in Britain as There Goes Susie .

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Synopsis

A soap tycoon is shocked to discover that the girl chosen as the model for his new advertising campaign is his own daughter.

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References

  1. Parish, p. 503.
  2. Klaus p.130

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