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Tales of Paris (1962)
"Les Parisiennes" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  17 January 1962 (France)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Françoise Arnoul ...
Françoise (segment "Françoise")
Françoise Brion ...
Jacqueline (segment "Françoise")
Darry Cowl ...
Hubert Parker (segment "Ella")
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Sophie (segment "Sophie")
Paul Guers ...
Michel (segment "Françoise")
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Jean Allard (segment "Sophie")
Elina Labourdette ...
Jacqueline (segment "Sophie")
Christian Marquand ...
Christian Lénier (segment "Antonia")
Jean Poiret ...
Jean-Pierre Leroy (segment "Antonia")
Dany Robin ...
Antonia (segment "Antonia")
Dany Saval ...
Ella (segment "Ella")
Françoise Giret ...
Juliette (segment "Ella")
Anne-Marie Bellini ...
Une amie d'Ella (segment "Ella")
Ellen Bahl ...
Une amie d'Ella (segment "Ella")
Laure Paillette ...
Une dame au café (segment "Ella")
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C'est bien mieux comme ça
Performed by Dany Saval, Eddy Mitchell and Les Chaussettes Noires
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Retiens la nuit (hold back the night)
30 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

This movie made up of sketches is almost completely devoid of interest.Only one magic moment:Johnny Hallyday sings his lovely ballad "retiens la nuit"(written by Charles Aznavour)to Catherine Deneuve:both are very young and good-looking .Unfortunately it's at the end of the segment "Sophie" and it's a long way before it appears.So Johnny's fans,watch out!

As far the rest of the movie is concerned,it's humorless,dull and eminently forgettable


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