Thin Ice: Lili is a skating instructor at a grand hotel in the Alps. An international conference is booked at the hotel. The conference is led by Prince Rudolph, whose plan is really to keep a pair of feuding countries at odds with each other. Feining illness, the Prince moves into a small inn so he can enjoy some skiing in private -- and delay the conference. One morning he meets Lili on the slopes and they hit it off; but she has no idea her "Rudy" is the Prince. That evening Lili is seen leaving the Prince's car, having been given a ride home by her beau, a cousin of the Prince's chauffeur. Tongues wag and Lili is thought to be romantically involved with the Prince. This gets her lots of attention and a starring role in her own ice skating revue. But when she finds out people think she is involved with the Prince she is horrified, while Rudy is amused and plays along.
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|Released:||September 03, 1937|
|Actors:||Adolph Milar Alan Hale Albert Pollet Alberto Morin Alex Melesh Alexander Palasthy Alfred Wagstaff Alphonse Martell Alyce Goering Angela Blue Ann Codee Ann Taylor Arno Frey Arthur Treacher Belle Richards Bert Sprotte Bodil Rosing Bonnie Bannon Brooks Benedict Byron Poindexter Carlos De Valdez Carlyle Blackwell Jr Christian Rub Clarice Sherry Constant Franke Diane Cook Donald Maxwell Doris Davenport Dorothy Stevens Edith Haskins Egon Brecher Eleanor Wesselhoeft Elsa Janssen Emil Hoch Eugene Borden Florence Stephens Frank Chase Frank Puglia George Bruggeman George Davis George Du Count George Ford George Givot George Holmes George Stewart Georges Renavent Gino Corrado Glen Cavender Greta Meyer Hans Fuerberg Hans Heinrich von Twardowski Hans Herbert Herta Lynd Iva Stewart Jack Chefe Jack Henderson Jacques Lory James Gonzalez Jayne Regan Jean De Briac And a bunch more ....|
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