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Monte Carlo

1930, Musical/Comedy, 1h 34m

3 Reviews 100+ Ratings

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A countess (Jeanette MacDonald) discovers her new hairdresser is actually a count (Jack Buchanan).

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  • Aug 23, 2011
    Lubitsch evolved sound and the musical genre in movies way too quickly, which is certainly a good thing. He was also credited for being the first ever to conceive songs into a movie that corresponded with the story. These were the charming and innocent days of screwball comedy, strictly written as one, where the jokes are delightful and unusually abundant for the times, excluding slapstick. One of America's best classics. 98/100
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