“How to steal a million” film: Ritz Paris hotel
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“How to steal a million” film: Ritz Paris hotel
TOHOLOGY, 15 May 2013

Luxurious Ritz Paris hotel has been the set for many films. Some scenes of “How to Steal a Million” movie were shot at this hotel in Paris.

  • Where: Ritz Paris
  • What: filmography
  • Director: William Wyler
  • Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Hugh Griffith
  • Year: 1966

Ritz Paris at present <br>Photo: (с) Ritz Paris

Trailer “How to Steal a Million”

Hotel Contact Information: Ritz Paris website.

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