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Come Dance with Me! (1959)

Voulez-vous danser avec moi (original title)
Handsome dentist Herve Dandieu, temporarily separated from his new, delectable wife Virginie by a lovers' tiff, is picked up by sexy dance teacher Anita Flores...object blackmail. Sensing ... See full summary »


Michel Boisrond


Gérard Oury (adaptation), Jean-Charles Tacchella (adaptation) (as J.C. Tacchella) | 4 more credits »

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Complete credited cast:
Brigitte Bardot ... Virginie Dandieu
Henri Vidal ... Hervé Dandieu
Dawn Addams ... Anita Florès
Darío Moreno ... Florès
Georges Descrières ... Gérard Lalemand (as Georges Descrières)
Serge Gainsbourg ... Léon
Joyce Johnson Joyce Johnson
Maria Pacôme ... Daisy (as Maria Pacome)
François Chaumette François Chaumette ... Joseph, l'inspecteur
Pascal Mazzotti Pascal Mazzotti ... Le barman (as Pascal Mazotti)
Magdeleine Bérubet Magdeleine Bérubet ... Clémence (as Magdeleine Berubet)
Marie-Thérèse Orain Marie-Thérèse Orain ... (as M.T. Orain)
Paul Frankeur ... Le commissaire / Inspector Marchal
Noël Roquevert ... Albert Decauville-Lachenée
Philippe Nicaud Philippe Nicaud ... Daniel


Handsome dentist Herve Dandieu, temporarily separated from his new, delectable wife Virginie by a lovers' tiff, is picked up by sexy dance teacher Anita Flores...object blackmail. Sensing trouble, Virginie follows him to the dance school, only to find him circumstantially incriminated in murder. Soon, the school has a gorgeous new instructress, whose slightly scatterbrained attempts to clear her husband confuse both police and suspects...and bring potential danger. Written by Rod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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France | Italy



Release Date:

7 November 1960 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Come Dance with Me! See more »


Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Sound)


Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Did You Know?


Sylvia Lopez was originally cast as Anita, but after a few days of shooting became too ill with terminal leukemia to continue. Co-star Henri Vidal died soon after completing this film. See more »


When Viriginie is dancing the Mambo with Flores, her handbag disappears between when they dance away from the camera and when they dance toward the camera. See more »


Featured in Rock & Chips (2010) See more »


Voulez-vous Danser avec Moi ?
Music by Henri Crolla
Lyrics by Jacques Prévert
Performed by Serge Gainsbourg
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COME DANCE WITH ME (Michel Boisrond, 1959) **1/2
24 January 2010 | by Bunuel1976See all my reviews

This and another early Brigitte Bardot vehicle, UNE PARISIENNE (1957), had been available for rental at a local DVD store for a long time but I kept postponing getting to either, believing them to be minor frothy affairs; however, having just acquired and being on the point of watching a similar effort of hers – Marc Allegret's MADEMOISELLE STRIPTEASE aka PLUCKING THE DAISY (1956) – I thought I might as well check them out too while I am at it. Anyway, I opted to start with this one being ostensibly a thriller and, while I was expecting it to involve some nudity from the star (which technically there is none), I was surprised – especially when considering the film's essentially light touch – at the amount of sleaze on display (from explicit situations and dialogue to a subplot involving gay bars and drag queens!). The premise, in fact, revolves around the Police investigation into the murder of blackmailing dance teacher Dawn Addams; incidentally, the Inspector on the trail of the assassin is Luis Bunuel regular Paul Frankeur and Serge Gainsbourg, popular yet controversial singer/songwriter and later film-maker, makes an early appearance as the victim's accomplice (photographing her in compromising positions with wealthy patrons). Their latest victim is dentist Henri Vidal (whose last film this proved to be, expiring from a heart attack at the young age of 40 – he was married to star Michele Morgan, having met on the set of his best-remembered movie i.e. the Italian spectacle FABIOLA [1948]); Bardot is his wife, whose father (Noel Roquevert, from a number of H.G. Clouzot titles) is an industrialist. Vidal had run into Addams at a nightclub after a row with his bride: she even goes to his clinic, where Bardot works as his assistant, and supplies him with incriminating photos of their dalliance. On his part, not intending to pay, he visits Addams at her studio and causes a scene – but then relents and makes an appointment for the next day at the same place; when he arrives, Vidal finds the woman dead and is then surprised in the room by Bardot who had followed him there! Of course, he has to confess everything and though Roquevert does not readily believe him, Bardot does and determines to establish his innocence (since his description was given to the Police by Addams' dance colleagues) by finding the real killer. To this end, she takes a job as a dance teacher there and even ingratiates herself with Frankeur; incidentally, it appears that the killer could not have exited the room before Vidal's entrance as there is no other way out: this actually reminds Bardot of the Gaston Leroux novel "The Mystery Of The Yellow Room" (whose 1930 film adaptation by Marcel L'Herbier, along with its sequel THE PERFUME OF THE LADY IN BLACK – nothing whatsoever to do with the atypical Italian giallo from 1974 – I have also just gotten my hands on!) and from here on in, as the saying goes, the plot thickens. Despite the generic and downright misleading title, this is a fairly enjoyable picture (especially easy to take in pleasant color); mind you, the suspense reaches no great heights (given that the murder method is given away all too soon and the motive emerges to be characteristically weak) – and, yet, the viewer's attention is engaged throughout and one is genuinely curious to discover the guilty party's identity (what with the variety of suspects being fingered along the way).

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