|One Heavenly Night|
|Directed by||George Fitzmaurice|
|Written by||Louis Bromfield (story)|
Sidney Howard (adaptation)
|Produced by||Samuel Goldwyn|
Arthur Hornblow Jr. (uncredited)
|Edited by||Stuart Heisler|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
One Heavenly Night is a 1931 American pre-Code film, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, released through United Artists, and directed by George Fitzmaurice.
The plot revolves around a poor-but-honest flower girl who agrees to impersonate an opera star. This film brought Goldwyn his worst reviews and largest financial loss ($300,000) since going independent in 1923. However, the profits from Whoopee! (1930) more than made up the difference.