Célestin, the organist of a convent, has written and composed a light operetta under the name of Floridor. One day, the Mother Superior asks him to chaperone one of the boarders, Denise de ... See full summary »

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Célestin / Floridor
Janie Marèse ...
Denise de Flavigny
André Alerme ...
Le major Alfred (as Alerme)
Edith Méra ...
Corinne
Alida Rouffe ...
Caroline, la mère supérieure
Marguerite Guérau ...
La tourière (as M. Guereau)
Jean Rousselière ...
Le lieutenant Fernand de Champlatreux
Michel Duran ...
Un officier (as Michel Durand)
Suzy Leroy ...
Gimblette
Anthony Gildès ...
L'évêque (as Gildès)
Édouard Delmont ...
Le directeur du music-hall (as J. Delmont)
Pierre Darteuil ...
Le vieux beau
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Célestin, the organist of a convent, has written and composed a light operetta under the name of Floridor. One day, the Mother Superior asks him to chaperone one of the boarders, Denise de Flavigny, who is returning home to get married. Now, Denise, for all her goody goody looks, soon proves as saucy as can be. Things get even more complicated when Célestin starts courting Corinne, the star of his operetta, to the great displeasure of a commander of dragons, the young woman's lover. Worse, the latter is none other than the Mother Superior's brother... To say nothing of Lieutenant Fernand de Champlatreux, who happens to fall in love with Denise, his fiancée that he has never seen before...! Written by Guy Bellinger

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19 November 1933 (USA)  »

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Mamsell Nitouche  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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Version of Frøken Nitouche (1963) See more »

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Mam'zelle Nitouche
(Opérette)
Music by Hervé
Libretto by Henri Meilhac and Albert Millaud
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