This Is the Night (1932)

NR 04/08/1932 (US) ComedyRomance 1h 20m
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When Claire Mathewson's (Thelma Todd) husband Stephen (Cary Grant) comes back unexpectedly from the 1932 Summer Olympics, where he was supposed to compete in the javelin throw, he discovers the train tickets for a romantic Venice getaway she has planned with her lover Gerald (Roland Young). Gerald's friend Bunny (Charles Ruggles) lies and says that the tickets are actually for Gerald and his wife. With Stephen still suspicious, Gerald must find a fake wife to go to Venice with him. He tries to hire the actress Chou-Chou (Claire Dodd), but since her boyfriend is a jealous man, she gives the job to out-of-work Germaine (Lili Damita), who needs the 2000 franc fee to keep from starving. At first, Gerald thinks she is too demure, but she soon convinces him that she can pretend to be a glamorous wife.

  1. Frank Tuttle

    Director

  2. George Marion Jr.

    Writer

  3. Benjamin Glazer

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lili Damita

    Lili Damita

    Germaine

  2. Charles Ruggles

    Charles Ruggles

    Bunny

  3. Roland Young

    Roland Young

    Gerald

  4. Thelma Todd

    Thelma Todd

    Claire Mathewson

  5. Cary Grant

    Cary Grant

    Stephen Mathewson

  6. Claire Dodd

    Claire Dodd

    Chou-Chou

  7. Irving Bacon

    Irving Bacon

    Sparks

  8. Davison Clark

    Davison Clark

    Studio Official (uncredited)

  9. Gino Corrado

    Gino Corrado

    Manager of Neopolitan Hotel (uncredited)

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This Is the Night
This Is the Night

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Original Language English

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