Review: Innocents in Paris

Directed by Gordon Parry and written by Anatole de Grunwald, following a group of British tourists on a weekend trip to Paris, an English diplomat (Alastair Sim) is on a working trip, a Royal Marine bandsman (Ronald Shiner) has a night out on the tiles, a young woman (Claire Bloom) is wined and dined by an older Parisian man (Claude Dauphin). An amateur artist (Margaret Rutherford) searches out fellow painters on the Left Bank, a hearty Englishman (Jimmy Edwards) spends the entire weekend in an English-style pub and a Scottish veteran (James Copeland) finds love with a young French woman. Also starring: Peter Illing, Gaby Bruyere and Monique Gerard.

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