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Original review at TVGuide
TV Guide review
Hotel Splendide (1932)
Verno is a publicity manager who inherits a seaside hotel. He moves in, only to discover the property was built on a field used by jewel thieves to bury their loot. He accidentally finds the hidden booty before the crooks and collects a handsome reward. Not much of a comedy; most notable as an early effort for the director of The Red Shoes.
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