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Compartiment de dames seules (1935)

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On his wedding day, Robert confesses his father-in-law that twenty years ago, he seduced a lady in a sleeping car of a train. His mother-in-law overhears the conversation and convinces ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Armand Bernard ...
Alice Tissot ...
Mme Monicourt
Louis Baron fils ...
Petit-Roncin (as Baron Fils)
Janine Merrey ...
Nicole
Pierre Stéphen ...
Philippe Thomery
Ginette Leclerc ...
Isabelle, des 'Folies Bergères'
Charles Lemontier ...
Firmin
Christiane Delyne ...
Mme Petit-Roncin
Pierre Larquey ...
Monicourt (as Larquey)
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On his wedding day, Robert confesses his father-in-law that twenty years ago, he seduced a lady in a sleeping car of a train. His mother-in-law overhears the conversation and convinces Robert that she was that lady and that makes Robert's bride also his daughter. The wedding is in danger of being annulled when the trickery is finally discovered. Written by Greg Philip {greg_philip@hotmail.com}

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11 April 1936 (Portugal)  »

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Reservado para Senhoras  »

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Compartment lady killers./Compartiment Tombeurs
20 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

Mme Monicourt : "but,my dear,isn't it a bit too much to appear on stage wearing only a vest?"

Isabelle,des Folies Bergères: "You miss the point!I'm completely naked!"

This is a movie which is so far-fetched,so silly but so dense (there's a lot of Coups de Théâtre in a movie which lasts barely 70 min.)

Mme Monicourt ,a bourgeois matron ,(Alice Tissot) has just married her only daughter.Discovering that her son-in-law,Robert, will not be at her beck and call as her unfortunate hubby (Pierre Larquey)is ,she wants her offspring to get a divorce.

She first thinks of a Folies Bergères dancer (Ginette Leclerc)who could be a perfect mistress for Robert .But she 's got finally a better idea: one day,on a train,during a storm,Robert had an affair with a woman and she told him that woman was herself!So his wife,Nicole,is his daughter! Such a screenplay might seem inept,but it isn't !It is completely mad,involving so many affairs and so many mistaken identities it's impossible to count'em all.The flashback -Robert seduces a woman in a compartment- takes place in a cardboard train !


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