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|Night in May|
|French||Nuit de mai|
|Produced by||Günther Stapenhorst|
|Edited by||Eduard von Borsody|
|Music by||Alois Melichar|
Night in May (French: Nuit de mai) is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Henri Chomette, Gustav Ucicky and Raoul Ploquin. It starred Käthe von Nagy, Fernand Gravey and Annie Ducaux. It is the French-language version of UFA's The Young Baron Neuhaus. Such multi-language versions were common during the early years of sound film before dubbing had become more widespread.
Baron Neuhaus obtains the responsibility of the police at the court of Maria Theresa. He is tasked with searching for a man who smuggled into the home of Countess Christel. But it is actually about himself, who came to thank the Countess's maid.
- Käthe von Nagy as Countess Christel Palm
- Fernand Gravey as Baron Neuhaus
- Annie Ducaux as Empress Marie-Thérèse
- Monette Dinay as Toni
- Lucien Baroux as Monsieur Stockel
- Marguerite Templey as Madame Stockel
- Katia Lova as Josefa
- Alexandre Rignault as Gaysberger
- Lucien Dayle as Leiner
- Georges Morton as judge
- Raoul Marco as sergeant
- Raymond Aimos as Stumm
- Jean Bara
- Lilian Claude Barghon as the little girl
- Jeanne de Carol
- Henri Chomette
- Dina Cocea
- Eugène Dumas
- Fernand Frey
- Micheline Masson
- Pierre Piérade
- Philippe Richard
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