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Madame Loiseau (Character)
from Angel and Sinner (1945)

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Alternate Names:
Frau Loiseau / Mme. Loiseau / Rouva Loiseau / The Wholesaler's Wife


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  1. "Chez Maupassant"
        - Boule de suif (2011) TV episode, Played by Emmanuelle Galabru

  2. Ruanskaya deva po prozvishchu Pyshka (1989) (TV) Played by Lyudmila Arinina (as Mme. Loiseau)

  3. Hôtel du commerce (1969) (TV) Played by Elisabeth Goebel
  4. Die Reisegesellschaft (1968) (TV) Played by Grete Wurm (as Frau Loiseau)
  5. Hotel du Commerce (1964) (TV) Played by Helga Göring (as Frau Loiseau)
  6. Hotel du Commerce (1963) (TV) Played by Gretl Elb (as Frau Loiseau)
  7. Rasvapallo (1962) (TV) Played by Emma Väänänen (as Rouva Loiseau)
  8. "ITV Television Playhouse"
        - Boule de Suif (1961) TV episode, Played by Mary Hignett

  9. Angel and Sinner (1945) Played by Suzet Maïs
    ... aka "Boule de suif" - France (original title)
  10. Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) Played by Norma Varden (as The Wholesaler's Wife)
    ... aka "Guy de Maupassant's Mademoiselle Fifi" - USA (complete title)

  11. Boule de suif (1934) Played by Faina Ranevskaya (as Mme. Loiseau)
    ... aka "Pyshka" - Soviet Union (original title)

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From Mademoiselle Fifi (1944)
The Wholesaler's Wife: You see, what did I tell you. It was not so foolish to hide my rings.
The Manufacturer's Wife: Oh, nonsense! The man's an officer. A man of honor.
The Count de Breville: I'm afraid honor's a thing of the past, Madame. Nowadays, anyone can be an officer.
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