Escale à Orly

Comedy · 

Release Date: March 16, 1955

Status: Released

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Stewardess Michèle has fallen in love with the pilot Eddie. But her uncle, the parcel-maker Petit, advises off an engagement, because they see each other too rarely. One day Eddie has to fly to Rome. Then Petit notices that a certain Boreau, who already noticed him unpleasantly, climbs this machine and goes on board as well. It turns out that Boreau is a sought after drug smuggler After a handcuff, Petit can overwhelm the criminal. Back in Paris, Eddie and his Michèle finally find each other.

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Stopover in Orly (French: Escale à Orly, German: Zwischenlandung in Paris) is a 1955 French-West German romantic comedy crime film directed by Jean Dréville and starring Dany Robin, Dieter Borsche, Simone Renant and Heinz Rühmann. It was shot at the Bendestorf Stuios near Hamburg and the Victorine Studios in Nice. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani. Location shooting took place at Orly Airport, then the main airport for Paris.

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