We Will All Go to Monte Carlo (1951) - Rotten Tomatoes

We Will All Go to Monte Carlo (1951)





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Nous Irons a Monte Carlo guest-stars the Ray Ventura Band and French comedian Max Elloy (best remembered as the stateless refugee in Laurel and Hardy's Utopia). The thinnish storyline concerns a baby boy left in the care of Ventura's drummer. Unable to care for the child himself, the drummer leaves the bundle on Ventura's doorstep, claiming that it is the offspring of one of the other musicians. Unbeknownst to everyone but the audience, the baby is actually the son of a divorce-bound Hollywood actor and actress (John van Dreelen and Audrey Hepburn), who spend most of the film frantically searching for their missing offspring.


Danielle Godet
as Jacqueline
Jeanette Batti
as Marinette
Audrey Hepburn
as Melissa Walter
Andre Luguet
as Chatenay-Maillart
John Van Dreelen
as Rudy Walter
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Also released as 'Monte Carlo Baby'. A madcap farce produced to feature the Ventura Band, but also features Hepburn in a multi-lingual supporting role. How many parents can one child have? This film has a great premise but suffers from uninspired direction and camerawork.

Christopher Bergan
Christopher Bergan

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