The Beautiful Adventure (1932 French-language film)

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The Beautiful Adventure
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Directed by
Written by
Produced by Günther Stapenhorst
Edited by Eduard von Borsody
Music by
Distributed byL'Alliance Cinématographique Européenne
Release date
  • 18 October 1932 (1932-10-18)
Running time
80 minutes
Language French

The Beautiful Adventure (French : La belle aventure) is a 1932 German French-language romantic comedy film directed by Roger Le Bon and Reinhold Schünzel and starring Jean Périer, Paule Andral and Daniel Lecourtois. It is a French-language version of the German film The Beautiful Adventure . [1] As was common at the time, the two films were shot in completely different versions with major changes to the cast and some scenes.



On her wedding day, a young bride takes off with her cousin, who she has always loved.


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  1. Kreimeier p. 198