"Paradise for Three" is tale of mistaken and hidden identities; Young is a flat-broke jobseeker who wins a stay at an Alpine ski resort. Young is an illusionist who offers "Miracles for Sale," in this playful whodunit and helps unmask a killer.
Robert Young's low-key manner is powerfully effective in films like Three Comrades and Crossfire, but Young's fine talents are perhaps best served by films showcasing his affable ease - like these lighthearted Golden Era works. In Paradise for Three's tale of mistaken and hidden identities, Young is a flat-broke jobseeker whose jingle-contest entry wins him a stay at an Alpine ski resort. There, he's treated like royalty because the staff thinks he's a slumming millionaire. Young next is an illusionist who offers Miracles for Sale, a playful whodunit from director Tod Browning (Dracula, Freaks) that has him using conjuror's skills to help unmask a killer. Young's frequent co-star Florence Rice, daughter of sports scribe Grantland Rice, is the charming love interest in both films.
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