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Oh No, Mam'zelle

Oh No, Mam'zelle

A Feature film by Yves Allégret

Produced by Paris Film Production

Release in France : 21/04/1954

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Actors (32)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Paris Film Production

Film exports/foreign sales :

StudioCanal Films Limited

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French distribution :

Lux Compagnie Cinématographique de France

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Célestin is an organist at a girl's school. By day, Celestin is the meek and mild target of the girls' incessant practical jokes. By night, however, he is the celebrated composer of popular operas -- and the romantic vis-à-vis of a celebrated stage star. When schoolgirl Denise (Pier Angeli) stumbles onto Celestin's secret, she threatens to tell all -- but only if Celestin refuses to escort her to the opening night of his latest opera. As a result, Denise falls in love with a handsome young soldier, while Celestin is accidentally shipped off to an army camp. A series of silly coincidences brings happiness to all concerned by fade-out time.

Full credits (14)

Executive Producers :

Raymond Hakim, Robert Hakim

Dialogue Writer :

Marcel Achard

Screenwriters :

Marcel Achard, Yves Allégret, Jean Aurenche

Sound Recordist :

William-Robert Sivel

Production Manager :

Ralph Baum

Continuity supervisor :

Suzanne Bon

Music Composer :

Georges Van Parys

Assistant directors :

Alain Jessua, Jean Valère, Serge Witta

Authors of original work :

Henri Meilhac, Albert Millaud

Director of Photography :

Armand Thirard

Sound Assistant :

Arthur Van Der Meeren

Editor :

Claude Nicole

Production Designers :

Jean D'Eaubonne, Georges Wakhevitch

Costume designers :

Georges Wakhevitch, Jean Zay

Technical details

Feature film

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Coproducer countries :

Italy, France

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Majority French (Italy, France)

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Runtime :

1 h 30 min

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Black & White

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