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Mademoiselle X (1945)

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Credited cast:
Madeleine Sologne ...
Madeleine Hardoin
André Luguet ...
Dominique Ségard
Ketti Gallian ...
Catherine Nanteuil
Aimé Clariond ...
Michel Courbet
Palau ...
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Jean-Jacques Delbo
Richard Francoeur
Charles Lemontier ...
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Rognoni ...
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Catherine Romane
Madeleine Suffel
Roger Vincent
Louis Vonelly
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Plainte Contre X
23 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

I agree with the precedent user:"Mademoiselle X" has almost nothing to do with cinema and is filmed stage production style;it could be fine if the writers had come up with great lines (for instance "Fric Frac" was first a play too,but it magnificently succeeded as a film),which is not the case here;Marcel Achard is not Henri Jeanson or Sacha Guitry .Very little in this film commends itself:Madeleine Sologne could have given a dynamic performance,had she be given decent material .As the movie begins with a bout of amnesia,it could have been a wonderful spoof on the numerous Freudian American thrillers of the forties -which were not yet released in France,because of the Occupation- instead,it turned into a light comedy nay a farce .


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