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One Is Always Too Good to Women

One Is Always Too Good to Women

A Feature film by Michel Boisrond

Produced by Marianne Productions, Intermondia Films

Release in France : 09/06/1971


    Ireland, 1916, during one of the peak periods of revolutionary violence. Seven Irish revolutionaries have taken over a post office, totally evacuating the building. Or so they think. They missed Gertie Gertel, who was in the bathroom at the time. By the time she is discovered, they are sufficiently besieged that for her own safety, she must stay with them. Gertie, it turns out, is about as pro-British as it is possible to be, and the seven take it on themselves, in the midst of battles and gunfights, to win her over to their cause.

    Actors (17)

    Production and distribution (3)

    Foreign production company :

    Mars Films Produzione

    Full credits (10)

    Dialogue Writer :

    Marcel Jullian

    Producers :

    Jean-Paul Guibert, Henri Michaud

    Director of Photography :

    Alain Levent

    Editor :

    Albert Jurgenson

    Music Composer :

    Claude Bolling

    Author of original work :

    Raymond Queneau

    Sound Recordist :

    Urbain Loiseau

    Production Manager :

    Jacques Pignier

    Production Designer :

    François de Lamothe

    Sound Mixer :

    Lucien Yvonnet

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    Feature film

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    Historical, Comedy

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    Italy, France

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    Majority French (Italy, France)

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    Runtime :

    1 h 17 min

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