So Long at the Fair (1951)

So Long at the Fair

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So Long at the Fair is based on a true story -- or at least, a story that has been told and retold so often that it is now accepted as truth. The year is 1889: the setting, the Paris Exhibition. Among the thousands in attendance are Vicky Barton (Jean Simmons) and her brother Johnny (David Tomlinson). After the first night of the Exhibition, Vicky is exhilarated, while Johnny seems a bit under the weather. The next morning, Vicky knocks on Johnny's hotel door, only to discover that her brother … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
Directed By: , , ,
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Cast


as Vicky Barton

as George Hathaway

as John Barton

as Rhoda O'Donovan

as Narcisse

as Madame Merve

as British Consul

as Mrs. O'Donovan

as Day Porter

as Dr. Hart

as Police Commissaire

as Madame Verni
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Critic Reviews for So Long at the Fair

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | February 23, 2012
Variety
Top Critic

An oddball thriller.

Full Review… | February 1, 2011
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Audience Reviews for So Long at the Fair

½

a neat british thriller, a little reminiscent of the lady vanishes. a brother and sister travel to paris for the exhibition circa 1900 and on awakening the next morning the sister finds both her brother and even his room have mysteriously disappeared in the night. said to be based on a true story but perhaps more of an urban legend. lovely performances by the stunning jean simmons and dirk bogarde, as an artist who's the only one who believes her story. an early work of terrence fisher who went on to fame directing hammer horror films.

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Stella Dallas

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amazing stuff awesome performance by simmons as a sister trying 2 find her lost brother at the paris exhibition in 1889 so yes its a period piece/costume drama combined with a thriller mystery.

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