Mademoiselle Bressac is a bossy spinster who manages "Le Clos", her estate, with an iron hand. But is she really a bad person? Her manners are abrupt but they only hide a heart of gold. ... See full summary »

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Louise Carletti ...
Patricia
Maï Bill ...
Chantal
Georges Grey ...
Dominique
Hubert de Malet ...
Jean
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Fabien
André Alerme ...
Le curé
René Génin ...
Jouset
Maurice Escande ...
André Vernon
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Jacques Pressac
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alfred Baillou ...
Le mendiant
Liliane Bert ...
La bonne
Jacqueline Cartier ...
Sandrine
Nicole Cattine ...
Patricia enfant
Bernard Daydé ...
François
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Mademoiselle Bressac is a bossy spinster who manages "Le Clos", her estate, with an iron hand. But is she really a bad person? Her manners are abrupt but they only hide a heart of gold. Doesn't she bring up four orphans, Dominique, Fabien, Chantal and Jean? And as if it were not enough, she has accepted to educate another child, her niece Patricia, entrusted to her care by her irresponsible father. Thanks to her, the five young people have grown up in harmony and now they are about to find their place in society. Two of them, Jean and Patricia, who love each other, live only for the estate. Written by Guy Bellinger

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27 October 1942 (France)  »

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Patricia, fille de France  »

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