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Oh No, Mam'zelle (1954)
"Mam'zelle Nitouche" (original title)

 |  Comedy  |  21 April 1954 (France)
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Célestin / Floridor
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Denise de Flavigny / Nitouche
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Major de Longueville
Georges Chamarat ...
L'adjudant
Hélène Tossy ...
La commandante
François Guérin ...
La Vauzelle
Olivier Hussenot ...
Un autre Maréchal
Katherine Kath ...
Gimblette
Gaston Orbal ...
Le Directeur
Max Elloy ...
(as Max Eloy)
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Un maréchal des logis
Margo Lion ...
Soeur Léontine - la soeur tourière
Bernard La Jarrige ...
Loriot
Daniel Ceccaldi ...
Le troisième réserviste
Fernand René ...
Le valet de chambre
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Mademoiselle Nitouche  »

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Mam'zelle Nitouche
(Operette)
Music by Hervé
Libretto by Henri Meilhac and Albert Millaud
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N'Y Touchez Pas!
16 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

A remake of his brother Marc's movie of the thirties which I have not seen,"Mam'Zelle Nitouche seemed to indicate that Yves Allégret,after making great movies in the 1947-1953 era,was a spent force .

Even Fernandel was not able to save this dud ;the script is awful:the first half is a spate of clichés about mistaken identities (the earnest organist of the convent writes light operettas);the second is even worse,recalling the coarse comedies of the thirties ,with the obligatory funny trick of a female presence in the barracks .

Louis De Funès appears (but you've got to be patient) as a sergeant .Pier Angeli ,the actress James Dean wanted to marry, is cast as the false ingénue.

It was the first time Y.Allégret had experimented color,at a time when the French cinema was mostly black and white :pearls before swine.

Word to the wise :take "Manèges" instead.


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