Cluny Brown

1946

Cluny Brown

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92%

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Total Count: 12

79%

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The time is just prior to World War II. Lovely Cluny Brown (Jennifer Jones) is the niece of a London plumber; when her uncle is indisposed, Cluny rolls up her sleeves and takes a plumbing job at a society home, where she meets a handsome Czech author (Charles Boyer) - a refugee who has fled the Nazis and now resides with a snobbish and stuck-up family. Hoping to advance herself socially, Cluny accepts a position as a maid in a fancy country home, where she once more meets the Czech author, who is a house guest; they promptly fall for each other, and Cluny follows his lead by turning her nose up at stiff-necked English propriety. Cluny Brown is directed by the matchless Ernst Lubitsch.

Cast

Charles Boyer
as Adam Belinski
Jennifer Jones
as Cluny Brown
Peter Lawford
as Andrew Carmel
Helen Walker
as Betty Cream
Reginald Gardiner
as Hilary Ames
Reginald Owen
as Sir Henry Carmel
C. Aubrey Smith
as Colonel Duff-Graham
Margaret Bannerman
as Lady Alice Carmel
Sara Allgood
as Mrs. Maile
Una O'Connor
as Mrs. Wilson
Billy Bevan
as Uncle Am
Michael Dyne
as John Frewen
Christopher Severn
as Master Snaffie
Rex Evans
as Guest Pianist
Ottola Nesmith
as Mrs. Tupham
Harold De Becker
as Mr. Snaffie
Jean Prescott
as Mrs. Snaffie
Al Winters
as Rollins
Charles Coleman
as Constable Birkins
Whit Bissell
as Dowager's Son
Bette Rae Brown
as Girl at Party
Philip Morris
as New York Policeman
Betty Fairfax
as Woman in Chemist's Shop
Norman Ainsley
as Mr. Tupham
Brad Slaven
as English Boy on Bike
Billy Gray
as Boy in Shop
Mira McKinney
as Author's Wife
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Audience Reviews for Cluny Brown

  • Sep 26, 2012
    i only wish jennifer jones had done more comedy! she was absolutely delightful here! with the ever charming charles boyer, lubitsch's last film is well worth checking out
    Stella D Super Reviewer
  • Jul 27, 2008
    Totally phoned in Lubitsch. I'm not sure what went wrong here, I'm sure the play its clearly based on is good, but I was just bored to tears.
    Ken S Super Reviewer

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