So Long At The Fair - Opening, Johnny
Opening credits from So Long At The Fair, 1950, with Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde, directed by Antony Darnborough and Terence Fisher, plus the introduction of tourists Vicky (Simmons)and Johnny (David Tomlinson).
So Long At The Fair - Number 19
Vicky (Jean Simmons) evades Narcisse (Marcel Poncin) at a Paris train station and rushes to artist George (Dirk Bogarde), who believes her story about her missing brother in So Long At The Fair, 1950.
So Long At The Fair - Champagne
Amid the Paris exhibition of 1889, Vicky (Jean Simmons), incognito for a masquerade ball, and George, (Dirk Bogarde) suggesting a tryst, sneak into a suspect hotel to carry on their investigation of her brother's disappearance, in So Long At The Fair, 1950.
So Long At The Fair - She Is A Little Mad
English Vicky (Jean Simmons), seeking her disappeared brother, brings a Paris policeman (Austin Trevor) to confront her unhelpful hotelier (Cathleen Nesbitt) and her aide (Marcel Poncin) in So Long At The Fair< 1950.
Madeleine Stowe Intro -- So Long At The Fair (1950)
Guest host Madeleine Stowe introduces So Long At The Fair, 1950.