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15 June 2008
What Jean Renoir did with Feydeau's "On Purge Bébé ",Leo Joannon did
with this writer's "Mais N'Te Promène Donc Pas Toute Nue".It's pure
filmed stage production but it's simply a joy.Whatever she played
Arletty was a marvelous actress and here the supporting cast was up to
scratch,particularly Felix Oudart as her husband and Jean Tissier as
the peeping tom servant.
It's very hot.So a deputy's wife paces up and down in her house in the
nude (that's what the title means),that is to say in her nightie .And
every man who shows up has the pleasure to see her "naked" .It
infuriates her political husband who has big ambitions with the local
Some lines are memorable ,mainly " it's at latitude 35 degrees
(centigrade)".The problems Arletty had with French vocabulary might
have inspired Henri Jeanson for his celebrated "atmosphere".
It's a short (about 40 min) ,and it seems too short.
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