Gilberte is a sixteen year old girl raised by her aunt and grandmother to be a demimondaine. But she's not ready for that yet, and spends her days in lessons and in teasing Mamita's old friend, the rich playboy Gaston LaChaille, and following his affairs from afar. But when Gaston throws off his latest mistress, it looks as if Gigi just might be ready to begin her destined career.
Did You Know?
The main theme that permeates the score was not composed by the film's credited composer, but by Fermo Dante Marchetti
, who wrote it in 1932. The melody was the basis for the popular song "Fascination", with English lyric by Dick Manning
. The song's copyright was renewed in 1945, and again in 1954. It was used to great effect in the film Love In The Afternoon, resulting in its major success on the hit parade. See more
Something smells good here!
It's only cassoulet.
Version of Gigi
Music by Fermo Dante Marchetti
Played during the opening credits and often in the score See more