Paris Bound (1929) Movie Details

Paris Bound
Edward H. Griffith
Arthur Alexander , Josiah Zuro
Pathé Exchange
1 hr 13 mins
Rating: 4.8/10 from 189 users

Paris Bound Movie Cast

Ann Harding
as Mary Hutton
Fredric March
as Jim Hutton
Carmelita Geraghty
as Noel Farley
Leslie Fenton
as Richard Parrish
George Irving
as James Hutton Sr.
Charlotte Walker
as Helen White
Hallam Cooley
as Peter
Juliette Crosby
Juliette Crosby as Nora Cope
Ilka Chase
as Fanny Shipman
Rose Tapley
as Julie
Douglas Scott
as Jimmy

Paris Bound Crew List

Director :
Writer : Philip Barry , Horace Jackson , Frank Reicher
Producer : Arthur Hopkins
Original Music Composer : ,
Cinematography : Norbert Brodine , Norbert Scully
Editor : Helene Warne
Costume Design : Gwen Wakeling
Director of Photography : Norbert Brodine
Art Direction : Edward C. Jewell
Additional Photography : William Dietz

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Jim Hutton and Mary Archer are two liberals who are content to remain faithful to each other in spirit only. They are married with all the ritual of a church wedding, the bride believing that each should be allowed perfect freedom in personal contacts. Complications arise when these ideals are put into practice.

Paris Bound

Paris Bound is a 1929 English Film stars Edward H. Griffith , Philip Barry , Horace Jackson , Frank Reicher , Arthur Hopkins , Arthur Alexander , Josiah Zuro , Norbert Brodine , Norbert Scully , Helene Warne , Gwen Wakeling , Ann Harding , Fredric March , Carmelita Geraghty , Leslie Fenton , George Irving , Charlotte Walker , Hallam Cooley , Juliette Crosby , Ilka Chase , Rose Tapley , Douglas Scott , Frank Reicher , Norbert Brodine , Edward C. Jewell , William Dietz , directed by Edward H. Griffith & music by Josiah Zuro.