The Man in Evening Clothes

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The Man in Evening Clothes
Directed by René Guissart
Written by Yves Mirande (play)
André Picard  [ fr ] (play)
John McDermott
Saint-Granier
Starring Fernand Gravey
Diana
Suzy Vernon
Music by Charles Borel-Clerc
Lionel Cazaux
Casimir Oberfeld
Production
company
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
  • June 26, 1931 (1931-06-26)
Running time
88 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language French

The Man in Evening Clothes (French:Un homme en habit) is a 1931 American pre-Code comedy film directed by René Guissart and starring Fernand Gravey, Diana and Suzy Vernon. [1] It was made by the French subsidiary of Paramount Pictures at the Joinville Studios in Paris. A Spanish-language version A Gentleman in Tails was also released the same year.

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