One Night with You (April 25, 1948)

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One Night With You
 

Released on April 25, 1948: An opera singer and a British girl are both stranded in a small Italian village together without any luggage, papers or money.

Produced by Josef Somlo

Directed by Terence Young

The Actors: Nino Martini (Giulio Moris), Patricia Roc (Mary Santell), Bonar Colleano (Piero Santellini, Hugh Wakefield (Santell), Guy Middleton (Matty), Charles Goldner (Producer Ludivigo Fogliati), Stanley Holloway (tramp), Willy Fueter (Director Benjamino Pirelli), Miles Malleson (jailer), Martin Miller (Police Inspector), Richard Hearne (station master), Irene Worth (Lina Linari), Judith Furse (second writer), Stuart Latham (first writer), Brian Worth (third writer), Christopher Lee (Pirelli's assistant), Andreas Malandrinos (waiter), Percy Walsh (hotel proprietor), John Warren (first ticket collector), Cyril Smith (second ticket collector), Armand Guinle (restaurant manager), Ferdy Mayne (first detective), Tristram Butt (second detective), Robert Rietty (unknown)

 

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The Opera Singer and the Lady

Nino Martini, born in Verona, Italy in 1905 wasn't happy with Italian opera, so he went into acting, moving to Hollywood and acting in several motion pictures like this one, along with singing at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City as the leading tenor. In this story he is back in Italy and is famous opera tenor Giulio Moris, on a train headed for Rome to meet with a movie producer. Beautiful British blonde Mary Santell, played by Patricia Roc, is on a train headed for Milan, the opposite direction, and both trains stop in the middle for transfers. Mary is meeting her Italian boyfriend at the train stop to tell him that she cannot marry him because her father has arranged for a British man to marry his daughter. Thanks to Mary's little dog, she is on the train siding chasing her dog as her train pulls out of the station. Giulio Moris is standing nearby catching a breath of air before boarding his train again and when he spots the young lady chasing her dog he gallantly helps chase down the fleeing pooch and returns the dog to the lady. They take an instant dis-like to each other, but are stuck together when both of their trains pull out of the station without them. The worst part is that neither of them has their luggage, papers or money, all of which are on their departing trains. No luggage, no papers, no money, and alone together in a strange town to wait until morning when the trains will run again. They spend the night together trying to find food, money, a hotel room . . . anything that can help them pass the time until morning. Unfortunately, or fortunately, as you will, they will not find any food, will wind up in the small town jail together before Mary's boyfriend, father and intended husband arrive. Of course, as we would expect, the dis-like that Mary and Giulio have for each other will turn to love before the final scene, and another screwball comedy will become a romantic adventure for two strangers in Italy. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bonar Colleano
Bonar Colleano
Bonar Colleano and Guy Middleton
Bonar Colleano and Guy Middleton
Bonar Colleano, John Warren and Nino Martini
Bonar Colleano, John Warren and Nino Martini
Bonar Colleano and Nino Martini
Bonar Colleano and Nino Martini
Bonar Colleano and Patricia Roc
Bonar Colleano and Patricia Roc
Bonar Colleano and Hugh Wakefield
Bonar Colleano and Hugh Wakefield
Bonar Colleano
Bonar Colleano
Charles Goldner
Charles Goldner
Charles Goldner and Irene Worth
Charles Goldner and Irene Worth
Charles Goldner and Judith Furse
Charles Goldner and Judith Furse
Charles Goldner and Stanley Holloway
Charles Goldner and Stanley Holloway
Charles Goldner and WIlly Fueter
Charles Goldner and WIlly Fueter
Charles Goldner
Charles Goldner
Guy Middleton and Hugh Wakefield
Guy Middleton and Hugh Wakefield
Hugh Wakefield
Hugh Wakefield
Hugh Wakefield, Martin Miller and Guy Middleton
Hugh Wakefield, Martin Miller and Guy Middleton
Irene Worth and Charles Goldner
Irene Worth and Charles Goldner
Irene Worth
Irene Worth
Martin Miller
Martin Miller
Nino Martini
Nino Martini
Nino Martini, Patricia Roc and Martin Miller
Nino Martini, Patricia Roc and Martin Miller
Nino Martini and Patricia Roc and Percy Walsh
Nino Martini and Patricia Roc and Percy Walsh
Nino Martini and Stanley Holloway
Nino Martini and Stanley Holloway
Nino Martini
Nino Martini
Nino Martini and Percy Walsh
Nino Martini and Percy Walsh
Patricia Roc on the train
Patricia Roc on the train
Patricia Roc and Bonar Colleano
Patricia Roc and Bonar Colleano
Patricia Roc and Nino Martini on a park bench
Patricia Roc and Nino Martini on a park bench
Patricia Roc and Nino Martini
Patricia Roc and Nino Martini
Patricia Roc and Nino Martini
Patricia Roc and Nino Martini
Percy Walsh
Percy Walsh
Richard Hearne and Patricia Roc
Richard Hearne and Patricia Roc
Richard Hearne
Richard Hearne
Stanley Holloway peers through the movie clap board
Stanley Holloway peers through the movie clap board
Stanley Holloway
Stanley Holloway
Stanley Holloway sees Nino Martini
Stanley Holloway sees Nino Martini