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The Trip to Biarritz

The Trip to Biarritz

A Feature film by Gilles Grangier

Produced by Millimax Productions

Release in France : 15/03/1963

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Actors (21)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producer :

Millimax Productions

French distribution :


Foreign production company :

Produzioni Cinematografiche Mediterranee


Guillaume Dodut (Fernandel) is a station master (in a station where trains do not stop anymore), proud of his son who's just passed his engineer degree in London, and he tells it to everyone. But the young man does things with a posh English family. Guillaume's dream has always been, when his son has got his diploma, to make a trip to Biarritz and to stay in a chic hotel where his friend, the restaurant owner (Arletty) spent some time when she was young.There is just a problem : now that the boy is educated, he is ashamed of his parents and does not know where he stands anymore...

Full credits (17)

Assistant Director :

Serge Piollet

Dialogue Writer :

Raymond Castans

Producers :

Jacques Planté, Massimo Uleri

Director of Photography :

Roger Hubert

Assistant Operator :

Marc Champion

Editor :

Madeleine Gug

Assistant editor :

Catherine Vitsoris

Production Designer :

Rino Mondellini

Location managers :

Jean Pieuchot, Louis Manella

Adapters/dialogue writers :

Jean Manse, Gilles Grangier, Michel Audiard, Massimo Uleri

Author of original work :

Jean Sarment

Screenwriter :

Jean Sarment

Sound Recordist :

Jean Bertrand

Production Manager :

Massimo Uleri

Sound Editor :

Jean Bertrand

Continuity supervisor :

Martine Guillou

Music Composer :

Georges Van Parys

Technical details

Feature film

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Coproducer countries :

France, Italy

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Nationality :

Majority French (France, Italy)

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Runtime :

1 h 32 min

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Black & White

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