Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Martine Carol, the star of the popular period romp Caroline Cherie, once more dons low-cut 18th-century gowns for the 1953 sequel Un Caprice de Caroline Cherie. This time, the toothsome Caroline arrives in Italy with her military officer husband Salange (Jacques Dacquimine). When the country is thrown into turmoil by a political upheaval, Caroline and Salange are rescued by countess Pauline (Vera Norman), who has designs on the husband. Jealous, Caroline decides to dally with handsome ballet-dancer Olivio (Jean-Claude Pascal). It's upstairs, downstairs, in m'lady's chamber for the next eight reels. American distribution of Un Caprice de Caroline Cherie was boosted by the presence in the film of several curvaceous young ladies wearing very little indeed.
aristocracy, ballet-dance, husband, jealousy, officer, rescue, spouse