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Thérèse Étienne

Thérèse Étienne

A Feature film by Denys de la Patellière

Produced by Monica film, Cité Films, Les Films Georges Agiman

Release in France : 07/02/1958

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Actors (16)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producers :

Monica film, Cité Films, Les Films Georges Agiman

French distribution :

Columbia France

Film exports/foreign sales :

Cité Films


Her father having served a prison sentence, there is unending gossiping about Therese's family. Unable to put up with it any longer, the young woman leaves her native village for the canton of Bern where she manages to be hired by Anton Muller, a wealthy, authoritarian farmer. Under the young woman's spell, Anton wants to make his servant his mistress but Thérèse refuses energetically.. Later on, she nevertheless accepts to marry Anton. On the wedding day, she meets Gottfried, her bridegroom's son, and they instantly fall passionately in love with each other...

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Full credits (16)

Assistant directors :

Jacques Deray, Robert Mazoyer

Dialogue Writer :

Roland Laudenbach

Producers :

Georges Agiman, Jacques Bar, Hans Liechti

Director of Photography :

Roger Hubert

Camera Operator :

Adolphe Charlet

Editor :

Georges Alépée

Music Composer :

Maurice Thiriet

Still Photographer :

Marcel Dolé

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Roland Laudenbach

Author of original work :

John Knittel

Screenwriter :

Roland Laudenbach

Sound Recordist :

William-Robert Sivel

Production Manager :

Walter Rupp

Production Designer :

Paul-Louis Boutié

Costume designers :

Rosine Delamare, Paulette Coquatrix

Location Manager :

Philippe Modave

Technical details

Feature film

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Italy, Switzerland, France

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Majority French (Italy, Switzerland, France)

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Runtime :

1 h 30 min

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Black & White

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