Paradise for Three
Paradise for Three, titled Romance for Three in the United Kingdom, is a 1938 romantic comedy film starring Frank Morgan as a wealthy industrialist who decides to find out about his German workers by temporarily living among them incognito. It was adapted from Erich Kästner's novel Three Men in the Snow, published in 1934.
|Paradise for Three|
|Directed by||Edward Buzzell|
|Produced by||Sam Zimbalist|
|Written by||Erich Kästner (novel)|
Dalton Trumbo (uncredited)
Gladys Unger (uncredited)
Irma von Cube (uncredited)
|Music by||Edward Ward|
Charles Lawton Jr. (uncredited)
|Edited by||Elmo Veron|
- Frank Morgan as Rudolph Tobler / "Edward Schultz"
- Robert Young as Fritz Hagedorn
- Mary Astor as Irene Mallebre
- Florence Rice as Hilde Tobler / "Hilde Schultz", Rudolph's daughter
- Edna May Oliver as Julia Kunkel
- Reginald Owen as Johann Kesselhut
- Herman Bing as Mr. Polter
- Henry Hull as Sepp
- Sig Ruman as Karl Bold (as Sig Rumann)
- Walter Kingsford as William Reichenbach
According to MGM records, the film earned $421,000 in the US and Canada and $330,000 elsewhere resulting in a profit of $118,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
- Paradise for Three at the TCM Movie Database
- Paradise for Three on IMDb
- Paradise for Three at AllMovie
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