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Mademoiselle ma mère

A Feature film by Henri Decoin

Produced by Regina

Release in France : 06/08/1937

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Actors (11)

Production and distribution (3)

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French distribution :

Films Sonores Tobis

Film exports/foreign sales :

Celia Films


Mademoiselle Ma Mere was adapted for the screen from the stage farce by Louis Verneuil. The title translates as My Mother is a Miss, and thereby hangs the tale. Spoiled rich girl Jacqueline (Danielle Darrieux) vows to marry the seventh man who proposes to her, no matter who he may be. The lucky seventh is Albert Letournel (Alerme), who is old enough to be Jacqueline's father. True to her word, she marries Albert, but only after securing his promise that it will be a sexless union. The fun begins when Jacqueline falls in love with Albert's grown son Georges (Pierre Brasseur), who balks at the notion of romancing his own stepmother. As Jacqueline's rich daddy, Michel Simon watches the screwy goings-on with silent confusion.

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Full credits (9)

Author of original work :

Louis Verneuil

Screenwriter :

Jean Boyer

Sound Recordist :

Georges Leblond

Production Designer :

Jacques Krauss

Still Photographer :

Raymond Voinquel

Producers :

Arys Nissotti, Pierre O'connell

Director of Photography :

Léonce-Henri Burel

Editor :

Marguerite Beaugé

Music Composer :

Georges Van Parys

Technical details

Feature film

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Nationality :

100% French

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Runtime :

1 h 35 min

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Black & White

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