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The Two Girls (1951)
"Les deux gamines" (original title)

 -  Comedy  -  1951 (Italy)
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A famous singer disappears in a plane crash. Her two little girls are given a new home by their grandfather. Unfortunately the good man has an old housekeeper who goes out of her way to ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Léo Marjane ...
Lise Fleury
Suzy Prim ...
Mademoiselle Bénazer
Jean-Jacques Delbo ...
Pierre Manin
René Sarvil ...
Chambertin
Denis d'Inès ...
M. Bertal
Jean Toulout ...
M. Bersange
Georges Tabet ...
Marco
Jean Pignol ...
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Jany Vallières ...
Mademoiselle Bersange
Marie-France ...
Gaby
Josette Arno ...
Ginette
Philippe Mareuil ...
Philippe
Renée Thorel ...
La directrice
Lydia Zaréna ...
Lucy Harmon
Geno Ferny ...
Gaston
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A famous singer disappears in a plane crash. Her two little girls are given a new home by their grandfather. Unfortunately the good man has an old housekeeper who goes out of her way to make their lives impossible. In desperation the two brats run away to Paris. Meanwhile, the girl's father manages to steal important documents. In the end, Gaby and Ginette track down their mother who had not got killed at all. All is well that ends well. Written by Guy Bellinger

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1951 (Italy)  »

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Las dos hermanitas  »

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