Ernst Lubitsch – Cluny Brown (1946)

The final film completed by Ernst Lubitsch, this zany, zippy comedy of manners, set in England on the cusp of World War II, is one of the worldly-wise director’s most effervescent creations. Jennifer Jones shines in a rare comedic turn as Cluny Brown, an irrepressible heroine with a zeal for plumbing. Sent to work as a parlormaid at a stuffy country manor, she proceeds to turn the household upside down—with plenty of help from Adam Belinski (Charles Boyer), an eccentric Continental exile who has fled the Nazis but is still worried about where his next meal is coming from. Sending up British class hierarchy with Lubitsch’s famously light touch, Cluny Brown is a topsy-turvy farce that says nuts to the squirrels and squirrels to the nuts.

1.53GB | 1 h 40 min | 790×576 | mkv


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  1. Thank you anyway!
    Your catalogue is still the best the Web can offer.
    Have a nice weekend!

  2. Hi, Sir! Is there any chance to have an upgraded version of this late masterpiece by the great Lubitsch (and a Criterion Collection movie), possibly with commentary or some extras? Am I asking too much? I guess so, but I’ll try, nonetheless. Have a good day! And thanks, as usual, for all your wonderful work.

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