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Young Austrian Archduke Paul "Gustl" Gustave is in an arranged engagement to Princess Matilda, but his uncle, the emperor, decides to let Gustl continue his fling with ballet dancer Lisl Gluck. Lisi is not Gusti's lover, but a decoy.

  1. Dudley Murphy

    Director

  2. Franz Schulz

    Screenplay

  3. Edgar Allan Woolf

    Screenplay

  4. Vicki Baum

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ramon Novarro

    Ramon Novarro

    Archduke Paul 'Gustl' Gustave

  2. Evelyn Laye

    Evelyn Laye

    Elizabeth Katherine Anne 'Lisl' Gluck

  3. Charles Butterworth

    Charles Butterworth

    Willy Fitch

  4. Una Merkel

    Una Merkel

    Fanni Kerner

  5. Edward Everett Horton

    Edward Everett Horton

    Baron Szereny

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The Night Is Young

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Status Released

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  • January 11, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 21m

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