The Queen Was in the Parlour (film)

The Queen Was in the Parlour
Directed by Graham Cutts
Produced by Michael Balcon
Hermann Fellner
Arnold Pressburger
Josef Somlo
Written by Noël Coward (play)
Fanny Carlsen
Graham Cutts
Starring Lili Damita
Louis Ralph
Paul Richter
Harry Liedtke
Music by Gustav Gold
Cinematography Otto Kanturek
Distributed by Woolf & Freedman Film Service
Release dates
April 1927
Running time
7,250 feet[1]
Country United Kingdom
Language Silent
English intertitles
German intertitles

The Queen Was in the Parlour is a 1927 Anglo-German silent drama film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Lili Damita, Louis Ralph and Paul Richter.[2] It was based on the Noël Coward play The Queen Was in the Parlour. Its German title was Die letzte Nacht.


The film was made as part of an Anglo-German co-production between Gainsborough Pictures and the leading German company UFA. It was shot at UFA's Babelsberg Studio in Berlin.[3] It was the first of several co-productions between Gainsborough and Germans firms.[4]



  1. Low p.432
  3. p.Cook p.36-37
  4. Cook p.64-65


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