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Pardon My French (1951)

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A Boston school teacher fights with a group of impoverished Frenchmen for possession of an inherited château. Elizabeth Rockwell is indignant when she finds her château filled with ... See full summary »

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Paul Rencourt
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Elizabeth Rockwell
Paul Bonifas ...
Monsieur Bleubois
Maximilienne ...
Madame Bleubois
Jim Gérald ...
Monsieur Poisson
Alexandre Rignault ...
Rondeau
Martial Rèbe ...
Mobet
Dora Doll ...
Yvette
Laura Daryl ...
Mme. Mobet
Lucien Callamand ...
Inspector
Víctor Merenda ...
François
Gilberte Defoucault ...
Marie-Claire
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Jacqueline (as Marina)
Gérard Rosset ...
Michel
Albert Culloz ...
André
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A Boston school teacher fights with a group of impoverished Frenchmen for possession of an inherited château. Elizabeth Rockwell is indignant when she finds her château filled with squatters, a widower with five messy children, who have no regard for private property rights. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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She's learning to kiss... with a FRENCH ACCENT!

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10 August 1951 (USA)  »

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The Lady from Boston  »

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English version of 'Entrez dans la danse'. See more »

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Alternate-language version of Dans la vie tout s'arrange (1952) See more »

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