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The Emperor's Candlesticks(1937)

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  • BILL AND LUISE TOGETHER AGAIN FOR THE LAST TIME...

    • Keith Brown
    • 2/16/15

    A Polish count and a Russian countess try to outwit each other in the spy game Old fashioned in plotting which, in my opinion, gives this costumer a certain charm The other charm is the casting with Powell and Rainer Although Powell appeared with Myrna Loy the most and several with Kay Francis-Powell did make three films with Luise Rainer The first two ladies brought out the sexy rogue in Powell Ms Riainer brought out his gallant side And like good partnerships Powell brought something to the pairing- he brought her down to earth somewhat The plot is unbelievable but the pairing works magic The MGM opulence is everywhere : a huge supporting cast with a touching portrayl by Maureen O Sullivan as bait for a princely victim who then falls for her prey, great sets-the ballroom set which appeared in ROMEO AND JULIET, THE FIREFLY, MAYTIME, MARIE ANTOINETTE , and several others is put to good use hereDirector George Fitzmaurice does a good job but an action director like W S Van Dyke or Victor Fleming could have pumped up the action and the intrigue a bit more

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