One Night with You (1948 film)

One Night with You is a 1948 British musical comedy film directed by Terence Young and starring Nino Martini, Patricia Roc and Bonar Colleano.[1]

One Night with You
Original British quad poster by Eric Pulford
Directed byTerence Young
Produced byJosef Somlo
Written byCaryl Brahms (adaptation) (as C. Brahms)
S. J. Simon (adaptation)
Based onscreenplay Fuga A Due Voci by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia
StarringNino Martini
Patricia Roc
Music byLambert Williamson
CinematographyAndré Thomas
Edited byDouglas Myers
Distributed byGeneral Film Distributors (UK)
Release date
25 April 1948 (London) (UK)
Running time
92 min.
CountryUnited Kingdom


A famous opera singer engaged for the lead in an Italian movie loses his identity papers and is stranded at a railway station with a young British woman.


Critical reception

The New York Times called it "a limp, tedious and transparent farce hardly worth all the strenuous histrionics and singing...One Night With You, in short, is a long, dull time";[2] whereas, more recently, the Radio Times called it "An occasionally diverting British-made comedy, enlivened by a supporting cast that includes Bonar Colleano, Stanley Holloway and the soon-to-be great stage actress Irene Worth."[3]


  1. "One Night with You (1948)". BFI. Retrieved 6 October 2019.
  2. W, A. (21 February 1949). "At the Symphony". Retrieved 6 October 2019 via
  3. "One Night with You - Film from RadioTimes".

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