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Giselle Pascal ...
Micheline
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Jean Pelletier dit 'Pivoine'
Gérard Nery ...
Pierre de Beaucourt
Catherine Erard ...
Yolande de Coeur-Joly
Bernard La Jarrige ...
Martin (as Bernard Lajarrige)
Dominique Nohain ...
Etienne Marcay
Jacques Louvigny ...
Pacoulin
Charles Dechamps ...
Le comte de Coeur-Joly
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Mathieu
Alice Tissot ...
Tante Ursule
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B. Basset
Beretta
Jean Berton ...
Gouttenoire
Paul Berton
B. Crouet
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16 May 1947 (France)  »

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Why are such flicks still broadcast?
3 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

André Berthomieu is not what we call an auteur.His filmography is not particularly appealing.Once can save ,at a pinch ,"carré de valets " ,which was funny (in places) and "Gringalet" ,which had some moving moments.

Like in "Carré de Valets" ,the star is Jean Desailly:that such an earnest thespian was relegated to such duds is scandalous.He would prove with "le voyageur de la Toussaint" " Maigret tend un piège" and "la Mort de Belle" that he was much more than the "screenplay" he was given here.

Desailly portrays a supervisor,who always blushes : his students have nicknamed him "peony".Why ? because of the French expression "Red as a peony "="red as a beetroot" in English .

The plot consists of (very polite ) love affairs around the high school and the castle of the viscount of Coeur-Joli.The viscount is not prepared to accept a son-in-law of common birth,but the film will end in a very politically correct way.

As if it were not enough,there are horrible songs all along the movie.


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