Gypsy Melody (1936)

07/27/1936 (GB) Comedy 1h 17m
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Due to a complex series of events a Guards Officer in a small European country is imprisoned. He manages to escape in the company of an idiotic milliner and they briefly take shelter with some gypsies, where the Captain falls in love with a young woman. Having been discovered by an American promoter while performing with gypsy orchestra in a tavern, the three accompany him to London as the latest new musical sensation. A great success, they begin a European-wide tour when their plane is forced down by bad weather in their homeland. Here events are satisfactorily resolved.

  1. Edmond T. Gréville


  2. Alfred Rode


  3. Irving LeRoy


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  1. Lupe Vélez

    Lupe Vélez


  2. Alfred Rode

    Captain Eric Danilo

  3. Jerry Verno

    Jerry Verno

    Madame Beatrice

  4. Raymond Lovell

    Raymond Lovell

    Court Chamberlain

  5. Margaret Yarde

    Grand Duchess

  6. Fred Duprez

    Herbert P. Melon

  7. G. De Joncourt

    Doctor Ipstein

  8. Wyn Weaver

    Grand Duke

  9. Monti DeLyle


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Gypsy Melody
Gypsy Melody

Status Released

Original Language English

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