The Widow of Monte Carlo is an American comedy directed by Arthur Greville Collins in 1935. It was released in French theatres on March 19, 1936. The film is based on A Present from Margate, a 1934 play written by A. E. W. Mason.

On vacation in Margate, a widow is blackmailed by a social climber, but she is helped by a man she loves, whom she ends up marrying instead of her stuffy English fiancé.