Stamboul (film)

Stamboul is a 1932 British drama film directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki and starring Warwick Ward, Rosita Moreno, Margot Grahame, and Garry Marsh. It was released by the British division of Paramount Pictures. The film's sets were designed by the art director Heinrich Richter, Hermann Warm and R. Holmes Paul.

Directed byDimitri Buchowetzki
Produced byWalter Morosco
Written byClaude Farrère (novel)
Pierre Frondaie (play)
Heinz Goldberg
Harry Kahn
Henry Koster
Reginald Denham
StarringWarwick Ward
Rosita Moreno
Margot Grahame
Music byPercival Mackey
Distributed byParamount British Pictures
Release date
  • 1932 (1932)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Buchowetski also co-directed El hombre que asesino with Fernando Gomis, the Spanish-language version of the film, also released by Paramount.[1]

The film is based on the novel L'homme qui assasina (1906) by Claude Farrère and on a play by Pierre Frondaie.


In the lead-up to the First World War, a French military attaché falls in love with the wife of a prominent German in Stamboul in the Ottoman Empire.


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