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Madame Sans-Gêne (1941)

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Aimé Clariond ...
Maurice Escande ...
Le comte de Neipperg
Henri Nassiet ...
Jeanne Reinhardt ...
Madeleine Sylvain ...
La princesse Élisa
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Geneviève Auger ...
Mona Dol ...
Ror Volmar ...
La chanteuse
André Carnège ...
Paul Amiot ...
Robert Vattier ...
Jasmin
Alain Cuny ...
Roustan
Léon Walther ...
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7 October 1941 (France)  »

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Remake of Madam Sans Gene; or, The Duchess of Danzig (1909) See more »

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Song Written by Frédéric M. Teze and H. Rawson
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One woman show
25 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

Adapted from a very famous play,"Madame Sans -Gêne" is Arletty's one woman show ;the part was tailor-made for her and I insist that this movie should be watched in French with subtitles ,because if dubbed in English or another language,it loses 90% of its appeal:such was Arletty's talent,one of the greatest actresses France had ever had.

The play deals with the ordeals of a crude washerwoman in the chic court of Napoleon the First;historical background is vague and thin but never mind.It's Arletty who matters.As for Roger Richebé ,he was not the mediocre director whom most of the critics despise.


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