Paprika (1933 French film)

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Paprika
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Directed by Jean de Limur
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Cinematography
Music by Franz Waxman
Production
company
Films Romain Pinès
Distributed byLes Films Marceau
Release date
December 1933
Running time
77 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Paprika is a 1933 French comedy film directed by Jean de Limur and starring Irène Zilahy, René Lefèvre and Pierre Etchepare. [1] It was based on a play by Max Reimann and Otto Schwartz. A German-language version Paprika had been released the previous year.

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  1. Oscherwitz & Higgins p.318

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