A stern Russian woman sent to Paris on official business finds herself attracted to a man who represents everything she is supposed to detest.
|葛丽泰·嘉宝 (Greta Garbo)||饰||Nina Ivanovna Yakushova aka Ninotchka|
|茂文·道格拉斯 (Melvyn Douglas)||饰||Count Leon d'Algout|
|艾娜·克莱尔 (Ina Claire)||饰||Grand Duchess Swana|
|贝拉·卢戈西 (Bela Lugosi)||饰||Commissar Razinin|
|西戈·鲁曼 (Sig Ruman)||饰||Comrade Iranoff (as Sig Rumann)|
M-G-M's Laugh Riot !
In Moscow they planted medals on her bosom . . . in Paris they planted kisses on her cheek . . .
"It's only human to kiss!"
- 声音混合： Mono (Western Electric Sound System)
- 纵横比：1.37 : 1
|出品公司||米高梅电影公司 (An Ernst Lubitsch Production) (produced by: Loew's Incorporated)|
|发行公司||Süddeutsche Zeitung (2006) (DVD) (Germany)|
|Reserva Especial (VHS) (Brazil)|
|Cinema International Corporation (CIC) (1981) (Theatrical) (Finland)|
|RCA (II) (CED VideoDisc) (Video) (United States)|
|New Star (re-release) (2012) (Theatrical) (Greece)|
|Epoca (VHS) (Argentina)|
|Chapel Distribution (35mm print) (1997) (Theatrical) (Australia)|
- The movie was banned in the Soviet Union and its satellite states.
- The tagline "Garbo laughs!" came before the screenplay was written; the film was built around that single, now legendary, slogan. This slogan was itself a reference to another legendary advertising slogan about Greta Garbo. Garbo, a famous leading lady of the silent film era, made her first talking picture, 安娜·克里斯蒂 (1930). That film was advertised, to great success, with the slogan "Garbo Talks!". When she made this comedy the "Garbo Laughs!" tagline resonated with her fans.
- 葛丽泰·嘉宝 had her misgivings about appearing in a comedy and was particularly nervous about the drunk scene, which she considered to be highly vulgar.