The Princess Comes Across (William K. Howard, 1936)

Director: William K. Howard
Producer: Paramount Pictures, Arthur Hornblow Jr.
Executive Producer: William LeBaron
Writers: Walter DeLeon, Francis Martin, Don Hartman, Frank Butler, Claude Binyon (uncredited), J.B. Priestley (uncredited)
Cinematographer: Ted Tetzlaff
Music: John Leipold
Art Directors: Hans Dreier, Ernst Fegté
Costumes: Travis Banton
Editor: Paul Weatherwax

Carole Lombard (Princess Olga/Wanda Nash)
Fred MacMurray (King Mantell)
Douglass Dumbrille (Lorel)
Alison Skipworth (Lady Gertrude)
George Barbier (Captain Nicholls)
William Frawley (Benton)
Porter Hall (Darcy)
Lumsden Hare (Cragg)
Sig Ruman (Steindorf)
Mischa Auer (Morevitch)
Bradley Page (Stranger)
Tetsu Komai (Kawati)

Plot Summary
Wanda Nash, an actress, impersonates a Swedish princess named Olga in order to get a movie contract in Hollywood. Aboard a cruise ship to New York, she meets musician King Mantell, who is being blackmailed by Darcy to hide the fact that he has a juvenile criminal record. When Darcy is found dead in Olga’s cabin, she and King must find the killer.

Release Date: May 22, 1936 (USA)
Running Time: 86 minutes