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Love, Madame (1952)
"L'amour, Madame" (original title)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Herself
François Périer ...
François Célerier
Marie Daëms ...
Diane Broussard
Clément Thierry ...
Alain Broussard
Nadine Basile ...
Michèle Broussard
Marcelle Hainia ...
Mme. Broussard
Jacqueline Noëlle ...
L'actrice
Michel Boulau ...
Un jeune homme
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Un jeune homme
Constance Thierry ...
Une jeune femme
Carmen de Lara ...
Une jeune femme
Jeanne Fusier-Gir ...
Berthe
Robert Burnier ...
M. Broussard
Mireille Perrey ...
Mme. Célerier
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Josette Day ...
Herself
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23 January 1952 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Amor, Madame  »

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Arletty plays Arletty
3 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

This film is ,to my knowledge ,the only one where Arletty plays her own part.When I met Gilles Grangier in the early nineties,shortly before his death (and her death ;Arletty died in 1992),I talked with him for a short time,and instead of his thriller "Train d'Enfer"(1966) ,I should have asked him his thoughts about my favorite French actress.

A mother (Mireille Perrey)tries to make her offspring's fiancée jealous:she claims he is Arletty's lover.

Both Arletty (then 54) and mainly François Périer (31) cast a retarded youngster are too old for their parts ,but there is a special chemistry between them which makes the movie palatable and even enjoyable.Do not forget that Perier and Arletty had met in "Hotel du Nord" Carné's classic 14 years before!

Josette Day, famous for her part in "la Belle et la Bete", is also cast as herself.


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