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Kismet (1944)





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In this film, Ronald Colman plays Hadji, "king of beggars" in the days of the Arabian Nights. Posing as a prince, Hadji woos the favorite wife of the evil Wazir. Meanwhile, Hadji's daughter falls in love with handsome Caliph, while the Wazir connives to get the girl into his own harem.
Action & Adventure , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Romance
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Edward Arnold
as The Grand Vizier
James Craig
as Caliph
Hugh Herbert
as Feisal
Joy Page
as Marsinah
Beatrice Kraft
as Court Dancer
Evelyne Kraft
as Court Dancer
Harry Humphrey
as Gardener
Nestor Paiva
as Captain of Police
Eve Whitney
as Cafe Girl
Minerva Urecal
as Retainer
Cy Kendall
as Herald
Dan Seymour
as Fat Turk
Dale Van Sickel
as Assassin
Roque Ybarra
as Miser's Son
Joe Yule
as Attendant
Morgan Wallace
as Merchant
Evelyn Kraft
as Court Dancer
Walter De Palma
as Detective
Jimmy Ames
as Major Domo
Noble Blake
as Nubian Slave
Anna Demetrio
as Proprietress of Cafe
Phiroz Nair
as Nabout Fighter
Asit Ghosh
as Nabout Fighter
Carmen D'Antonio
as Specialty Dancer
Jessie Tai Sing
as Cafe Girl
Zedra Conde
as Cafe Girl
Barbara Glenz
as Cafe Girl
Frances Ramsden
as Cafe Girl
Charles Judels
as Rich Merchant
Frank Penny
as Merchant
Peter Cusanelli
as Merchant
Zack Williams
as Executioner
John Merton
as Mansur's Aide
Eddie Abdo
as Mansur's Aide
Dick Botiller
as Mansur's Aide
Jack Lipson
as Mansur's Aide
Paul Singh
as Caliph's Valet
Paul Bradley
as Magician
Louis Manley
as Fire-Eater
Sammy Stein
as Policeman
Harry Cording
as Policeman
Joseph Granby
as Policeman
Lynne Arlen
as Handmaiden
Anthony Leslie
as Handmaiden
Rosalyn Lee
as Handmaiden
Sonia Carr
as Handmaiden
Yvonne De Carlo
as Handmaiden
Carla Boehm
as Handmaiden
Eileen Herric
as Handmaiden
Shelby Payne
as Handmaiden
John Schaller
as Member of Juggling Trio
Ramiro Rivas
as Member of Juggling Trio
William Rivas
as Member of Juggling Trio
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This only gets two stars because of Marlene Deitrich. She elevates any film she is in. Besides that this is just 50s fluff with "exotic" production that is disastrously dated.

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