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Where There's Life

  • Comedy
  • Thriller
  • 1947
  • Sidney Lanfield
  • 75 mins
  • A

Summary

The American son of an Eastern European monarch wounded in an assassination attempt becomes a target for a terrorist organization.

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Review

A star rating of 4 out of 5.

Michael Valentine (Bob Hope) is a small-time New York DJ who discovers he is the heir to a mysterious European kingdom. Consequently he is chased through New York by not only those wish to take him back to the country to take up the throne but also anti-royalists who are out to kill him. This is from the golden era of Hope's work, with the fast-talking comedy actor on top wisecracking form. Satisfaction is guaranteed with this combination and at the time there was no one better than Hope at combining thrills and comedy.

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Credits

Cast

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Michael ValentineBob Hope
Katrina GrimovitchSigne Hasso
Victor O'BrienWilliam Bendix
Premier KrivocGeorge Coulouris
Hazel O'BrienVera Marshe
Paul StertoriusGeorge Zucco
Minister of War GrubitchDennis Hoey
Mr Herbert JonesJohn Alexander (1)

Crew

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DirectorSidney Lanfield

Details

Languages
English
Formats
Black and white
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