Affair in Monte Carlo (September 10, 1952)

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Affair in Monte Carlo
 

Released on September 9, 1952: A cold-hearted widow spending time on a yacht in Monte Carlo falls in love with a stranger that she meets in the casino.

Produced by Ivan Foxwell

Directed by Victor Saville

The Actors: Merle Oberon (Linda Venning), Richard Todd (the young man), Leo Genn (Robert Sterling), Stephen Murray (Father Andre Benoit), Peter Reynolds (Peter Sterling), Joan Dowling (Mrs. Barry), June Clyde (Mrs. Roche), Peter Illing (M. Blanc), Jacques B. Brunius (Concierge, Pension Lisa), Isabel Dean (Miss Johnson), Peter Jones (Bill), Yvonne Furneaux (Henriette), Mara Lane (Alice Brown), Robert Ayres (Frank Brown), Cyril Smith (Harry), Mark Baker (Mr. Rohe), Moultrie Kelsall (Murdoch), Trader Faulkner (Mr. Barry), Jeanne Pali (Madame Blanc), Rene Poirier (Hotel Royalo attendant), Marguerite D'Alvarez (Madame Benoit), Virginia Bedard (lady in Cook's office), Gordon Bell (clerk in Cook's office), Jill Clifford (Estelle Hunter), Peter Hobbes (David Hunter)

 

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Merle Oberon
Merle Oberon
Leo Genn
Leo Genn
Leo Genn and Peter Reynolds
Leo Genn and Peter Reynolds
Leo Genn
Leo Genn
Marguerite D'Alvarez
Marguerite D'Alvarez
Marguerite D'Alvarez and Merle Oberon
Marguerite D'Alvarez and Merle Oberon
Marguerite D'Alvarez and Stephen Murray
Marguerite D'Alvarez and Stephen Murray
Merle Oberon and Leo Genn
Merle Oberon and Leo Genn
Merle Oberon and Richard Todd
Merle Oberon and Richard Todd
Merle Oberon and Stephen Murray
Merle Oberon and Stephen Murray
Merle Oberon
Merle Oberon
Richard Todd and Merle Oberon
Richard Todd and Merle Oberon
Richard Todd
Richard Todd
Richard Todd
Richard Todd
Stephen Murray and Merle Oberon
Stephen Murray and Merle Oberon