|Directed by||Alexis Granowsky|
|Written by|| Henry Koster |
|Based on||Moscow Nights by Pierre Benoît|
|Starring|| Annabella |
|Edited by||Jacques Saint-Léonard|
|Music by|| Walter Jurmann |
|21 November 1934|
Moscow Nights (French: Les nuits moscovites) is a 1934 French war drama film directed by Alexis Granowsky and starring Annabella, Harry Baur and Pierre Richard-Willm. 
It is based on a story by Pierre Benoît. The film's sets were designed by the art director Andrej Andrejew. It marked the screen debut of the Corsican singer Tino Rossi who went on to star in a number of films.
The following year a separate British version Moscow Nights was produced by London Films. Directed by Anthony Asquith the only actor to appear in both films was Harry Baur.
In Moscow during the First World War the attractive Natacha Kovrine agrees to marry a wealthy grain merchant under pressure from her mother. However, while working as a nurse in a hospital she meets the wounded Captain Ignatoff and falls in love with him. When he is arrested and false accused of treason, it appears that the only man who might be able to save him is her fiancée.
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