The Phantom of Paris  

The Phantom of Paris (1931)

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Chéri-Bibi is a world class escape artist, but he cannot escape the false murder charge that is placed on him.

Director: John S. Robertson

Release Date: 1931-09-12
Status: Released
Run time: 74 min / 1:14
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1931-09-12
Status: Released
Run time: 74 min / 1:14

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John Gilbert
as Chéri-Bibi
Leila Hyams
as Cecile Bourrelier
Lewis Stone
as Costaud
Jean Hersholt
as Herman
C. Aubrey Smith
as Bourrelier
Natalie Moorhead
as Vera
Ian Keith
as Marquis Du Touchais
Douglas Scott
as Jacques
Alfred Hickman
as Dr. Gorin
Sidney Bracey
as Volunteer from Audience (uncredited)
Tyrell Davis
as Cigarette Case Trick Party Guest (uncredited)
Lloyd Ingraham
as Prison Warden (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
as Chéri-Bibi's Valet (uncredited)


Directing John S. Robertson Director
Writing Gaston Leroux Novel
Writing Edwin Justus Mayer Dialogue
Writing John Meehan Dialogue

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