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Le Père de Mademoiselle

Le Père de Mademoiselle

A Feature film by Marcel L'Herbier

Produced by F.A.O.

Release in France : 17/07/1953

    Synopsis

    A star-struck lass from rural France  takes a job as the secretary to a glamorous actress. When her parents come to the big city, the girl is beside herself: she's been claiming in her letters that she's become a show-business success. The understanding actress agrees to switch places with the secretary, and then "le joie" begins.

    Source : allmovie.com

     

     

     

    Actors (12)

    Production and distribution (3)

    Executive Producer :

    F.A.O.

    French distribution :

    Ciné Sélection

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    Editions René Château

    Subject

    Review

    Marcel L'Herbier's last movie is the follow up to Les Derniers Jours de Pompei, which was already a big failure. Le Père de Mademoiselle ditches epics and comes back to the filmed stage production style which was France's dominant genre at the beginning of the talkies era. The only reason why you would watch that is Arletty 's presence: she is cast as an actress who stars in one of her former success "Madame Sans Gêne", a riotously funny comedy she played on stage and on the screen.She has a secretary whose parents are very bourgeois,the father a magistrate whose dream is to end his career in Paris, and the mother a snob socialite who longs for a money match for her daughter. With a little help from her employer,the secretary becomes the actress' s desirable mansion "owner" an a young attaché will help the dad with her problem; although string-pulling is still a topical subject, the story seems straight out of the ark, as old as the "Quatre Chevaux" car the girl's squeeze drives.

    Source : IMDb

    Full credits (11)

    Assistant Director :

    Jean Dewever

    Author of original work :

    Roger Ferdinand

    Screenwriters :

    Robert-Paul Dagan, Marcel L'Herbier

    Sound Recordist :

    Pierre-André Bertrand

    Editor :

    Louisette Hautecoeur

    Music Composer :

    Jean-Michel Damase

    Adapter/dialogue writer :

    Marcel L'Herbier

    Producer :

    Roger Oudet

    Director of Photography :

    Robert Juillard

    Production Manager :

    Robert Prévot

    Production Designer :

    Maurice Colasson

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Comedy

    Production language :

    French

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French

    Production year :

    1953

    French release :

    17/07/1953

    Runtime :

    1 h 40 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    13804

    Visa issue date :

    11/06/1953

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Black & White

    Aspect ratio :

    1.33

    Audio format :

    Mono