- Actors: Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis, Herbert Marshall, Charles Ruggles, Edward Everett Horton
- Directors: Ernst Lubitsch
- Format: NTSC, Black & White, Full Screen
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Run Time: 83 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B001EN6RDQ
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 145,096 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Trouble in Paradise 
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Top Customer Reviews
It is largely set in a gorgeous art nouveau Paris, though it opens in Venice. Gaston Monescu, a high-class gentleman thief, has met his soul mate Lily, a lovely femme pickpocket, masquerading as a countess, in Venice. They decide to join forces to con Madame Mariette Colet, a beautiful widowed Parisienne perfume company owner. Gaston takes a job as Mme. Colet's personal secretary under the alias Monsieur Laval. Rumors start to fly as 'M. Laval' steals Mme. Colet away from her more suitable suitors. And when the secret of his actual identity catches up to him, Gaston is caught between the two beautiful women: to stay, to flee...Read more ›
Herbert Marshall and Miriam Hopkins are two thieves who insinuate themselves into the household of wealthy, glamorous widow Kay Francis, with the intention of robbing her. However, complications arise when Marshall and Francis appear to develop an attraction for each other. Also, one of Francis's suitors, (Edward Everett Horton) turns out to be a former victim of Marshall's, and he is in danger of being recognised. But he is loath to leave the house before they have succeeded in robbing Francis - but is it only her money he is after?
This film is a joy, it sparkles with wit and subtle sexual innuendo (something no ham-fisted modern director could ever manage). All the cast give wonderful comic performances, it is sheer delight from beginning to end.
One of the very best of the "screwball" comedies ever made.
Highly, highly recommended!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not good picture quality, it looks like some copy!! The name of the director is wrongly spelled on the cover: Ernst Lubitsch is called Lugitsch. They didn't get his name right!Published 4 months ago by Mr. T. Tak
I thought this was a droll, witty and sophisticated comedy that will reward multiple viewings. Gleefully amoral and yet, strangely, very sentimental too. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stagger Lee
This is a technical review of four Ernst Lubitsch films on DVD bought from Amazon.co.uk
"Trouble in Paradise" from Eureka (Region 2), "The Shop Around the... Read more
A great film.What a beautiful speaking voice Herbert Marshall had.Great cast.I really enjoyed this filmPublished 17 months ago by William Forster
100% rubbish.The humour is wack,the story is awful.Save your money......Published on 14 Jan. 2015 by Nice_Lieutenant