One Hour With You (1932)

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Movie Info

In this film, Maurice Chevalier plays a Parisian doctor who is scrupulously faithful to his wife. But when MacDonald's best friend Genevieve Tobin insists upon being treated by Dr. Chevalier, it looks to many of those concerned that Tobin may succeed where the other willing ladies failed.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts , Romance
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Studio:
Paramount Pictures

Cast

Maurice Chevalier
as Dr. Andre Bertier
Jeanette MacDonald
as Colette Bertier
Genevieve Tobin
as Mitzi Olivier
Roland Young
as Professor Olivier
George Barbier
as Police Commissioner
Josephine Dunn
as Mlle. Martel
Richard Carle
as Detective
Charles Judels
as Policeman
Barbara Leonard
as Mitzi's Maid
Donald Novis
as Singer
Charles Coleman
as Marcel the Butler
Eric Wilton
as Butler
Sheila Bromley
as Colette's Downstairs Maid
Leonie Pray
as Collette's Upstairs Maid
Bess Flowers
as Party Extra
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Critic Reviews for One Hour With You

All Critics (5)

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Full Review… | March 25, 2009
Variety
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Entertainment Weekly
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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
New York Times
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Chicago Reader
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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

Pure movie gold of the most sophisticated kind.

Full Review… | December 1, 2010
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Audience Reviews for One Hour With You

½

Sparkling Lubitsch musical comedy ('assisted by George Cukor') with Chevalier and MacDonald in fine form.

Michael Troudt
Michael Troudt

Chevalier films are corny and often don't have a level of sophistication to them but they somehow end up terribly charming. This is another golden oldie that gives you a good chuckle.

John Ballantine
John Ballantine

Super Reviewer

½

I think the main problem for me is I'm not warming up to Maurice Chevalier; he's so stereotypically "French" that he's one stripe in his hair away from Pepi Le Pew. Just kind of annoying. Jeanette MacDonald is very lovely, but doesn't get nearly as much to do unfortunately.

Matt Heiser
Matt Heiser

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