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A Time for Loving ()


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The film depicts several stories surrounding an apartment in Paris, and the various people who occupy it over the years.

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Joan McLaine
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Dr. Harrison
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Josette Papillon
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Marcel Dutarte-Dubreuilh
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Patricia Robinson
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Geoff Rolling
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Madame Olga Dubillard
Laurence Badie ...
Bonne
Lyne Chardonnet ...
La fille du bar
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Héloïse Dutarte-Dubreuilh
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Oberleutnant (as René Kolldehoff)
Pierre Bertin ...
Invité de Mme Olga
Didier Haudepin ...
Fils de la concierge
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Mme Dutarte-Dubreuilh, Marcel's mother
Ophelie Stermann ...
Simone, Young girl
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Monsieur Grondin
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Leonard
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The concierge
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Driver
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Aron ...
Professor (uncredited)
Lefebre Bel ...
Professor (uncredited)
Georges Beller ...
Young doctor (uncredited)
Pierre Bertin ...
Boris Godonouv (uncredited)
Roger Bertin ...
Painter (uncredited)
Georges Bever ...
Grandfather (uncredited)
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Grandmother (uncredited)
Jean Daniel ...
Professor (uncredited)
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Sales woman (uncredited)
Janine de Waleine ...
Singer (uncredited)
Olga Dimitrievitch ...
Gypsy (uncredited)
Suzanne Doukhan ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Steve Eckardt ...
Jolly doctor (uncredited)
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Young boy at window (uncredited)
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Auberge maid (uncredited)
Solange Fitoussi ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Renée Gardès ...
Vieille dame (uncredited)
Pierre Jacob ...
Book-seller (uncredited)
Isabelle Kloucowski ...
Isadora Fessu (uncredited)
Robert Le Béal ...
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Roger Lumont ...
Grocer (uncredited)
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Oyster-man (uncredited)
Vincent Munro ...
Tenor (uncredited)
Edward Myers ...
Newspaper seller (uncredited)
Paule Noëlle ...
Cleaning lady (uncredited)
Jean Obé ...
Usher (uncredited)
Gisèle Préville ...
Amie Isadore (uncredited)
Pierre Rich ...
Academician (uncredited)
Sacha Rozanoff ...
Russian bass (uncredited)
Josia Saint-Clair ...
Butterfly (uncredited)
Uta Taeger ...
German soldier (uncredited)
Laurent Weisman ...
Jack (uncredited)
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Patron of the auberge (uncredited)

Directed by

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Christopher Miles

Written by

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Jean Anouilh ... ()

Produced by

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Nat Cohen ... executive producer
Dimitri De Grunwald ... executive producer
Mel Ferrer ... producer
Louis Wipf ... executive producer

Music by

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Michel Legrand

Cinematography by

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Andréas Winding

Film Editing by

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Henri Lanoë

Casting By

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Margot Capelier

Production Design by

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Théobald Meurisse

Set Decoration by

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Robert Christidès

Costume Design by

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Rosine Delamare

Makeup Department

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Pierre Berroyer ... makeup artist
Simone Knapp ... hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Patrick Bureau ... assistant director
Benjamin Legrand ... third assistant director
Jean-Claude Ventura ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Marc Desages ... draughtsman
Jean-Claude Girard ... Property Buyer
Louis Girons ... props
Jacques Larousse ... upholsterer
Enrique Sonois ... draughtsman
Frédéric Tsikinsan ... painter

Sound Department

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Monique André ... sound editor
Maurice Dagonneau ... boom operator
Joseph de Bretagne ... sound
Michèle Neny ... sound editor
Jean Nény ... re-recording mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Roger Barbet ... electrician
Albert Bonomi ... grip
Pierre Cuenot ... electrician
Maurice Desplanques ... electrician
Georges Duhornay ... electrician
Maurice Flaus ... electrician
Pierre Geslin ... electrician
Georges Pastier ... camera operator (as Loulou Pastier)
Vincent Rossell ... still photographer
René Strasser ... grip
Gabriel Touillard ... electrician
Jacques Touillaud ... electrician

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Colette Baudot ... wardrobe assistant
Jean Colin ... props
Claudie Thary ... wardrobe supervisor
Jean Zay ... costumer

Location Management

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Lucien Lippens ... location manager
Jacques Pradel ... location manager

Music Department

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Michel Legrand ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Alice Ziller ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Claude Jones ... unit publicist
Lindsey Jones ... unit publicist
Constantin Mejinsky ... scenic artist

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

An original screenplay by Jean Anouilh about 'l'amour' - both sweet and bitter, from the French and Anglo-Saxon points of view. Four love affairs all take place in an artist's studio in Montmartre, which links four couples who lived in it until the Second World War.

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Also Known As
  • Time for Loving (United Kingdom)
  • Le temps d'aimer (France)
  • Tiempo de amar (Spain)
  • Das Pariser Appartment (West Germany)
  • Paris Was Made for Lovers
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  • 104 min
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Trivia Originally announced with Anthony Quinn starring. See more »

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