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The Flame of New Orleans(1941)

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  • Cheap production values

    • el debbo
    • 11/20/17

    This has the look of a play. And very few extras. Except for Marlene's costumes it looks low budget, and her character is just an ornament. Not much to it.

  • Great Movie, Very European

    • Muriel
    • 1/13/13

    This is a great movie, lots of fun. The TCM article says Universal dropped two reels of the film to get it past censors - that explains some of the choppiness! But were those reels discarded or can we see the movie in it's fill glory? Highly recommended film to see how a european director makes a Hollywood picture! With that idea in mind, also see Lydia, directed by Duvivier.

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    • Jay
    • 6/28/09

    Very entertaining story with Marlene giving a wonderful performance. She is always fascinating to watch. Great costumes, good art direction. It's always interesting and the supporting cast is great.

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