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During the First World War, the Empyrée Montmartre, a Paris music-hall, is dedicated to patriotic revues whose star is the charming Mitsou. The young artist is not without talent but she is... See more »

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Danièle Delorme ...
Mitsou
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Pierre Duroy-Lelong
François Guérin ...
Robert - le lieutenant bleu
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Le lieutenant kaki
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Beauty
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Estelle
Jacques Duby ...
Raphaël
Jean-Marie Robain ...
(as J.M. Robain)
Harry-Max ...
Le concierge du 'Music-Hall' (as Harry Max)
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Le maître d'hôtel chez Larue
Maurice Sarfati ...
Le télégraphiste (as M. Sarfati)
Louis Viret ...
(as L. Viret)
Yvonne Hébert ...
(as Y. Hébert)
Jean Valmence ...
(as J. Valmence)
Ariane Lancell ...
(as A. Lancelle)
Tania Soucault ...
(as T. Soucault)
...
(as A. Colette)
Marion Laurent ...
(as M. Laurent)
Jacques Morlaine ...
Un militaire (as J. Morlaine)
Renée Gardès ...
La vieille habilleuse (as R. Gardès)
Serge Lecointe ...
Le serveur (as S. Lecointe)
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Une girl (as A. Ferjac)
Jo Peignot ...
(as G. Peignot)
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Une girl (as D. Boschero)
M. Henry
Marise Maia ...
(as C. Maïa)
Betty Beckers ...
(as Maryse Beckers)
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Une girl (as Paulette Andrieu)
Colette Fleury
Charles Lemontier ...
Un associé de Duroy-Lelong
Maryse Martin ...
La concierge
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Le vaguemestre
Odette Laure ...
Petite-Chose
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Madame Clairault
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La baronne
Thérèse Dorny ...
Madame Papier - l'habilleuse
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Eugène
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Bayard ...
Un associé de Duroy-Lelong (uncredited)
Germaine Delbat ...
L'infirmière (uncredited)
Gaston Garchery ...
Petit rôle (uncredited)
René Hell ...
(uncredited)
Léon Larive ...
(uncredited)
Robert Le Béal ...
(uncredited)
René Lefevre-Bel ...
Petit rôle (uncredited)
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(uncredited)

Directed by

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Jacqueline Audry

Written by

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Colette ... (novel)
 
Pierre Laroche ... ()

Produced by

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René Lafuite ... producer (as R. Lafuite)

Music by

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Georges Van Parys

Cinematography by

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Marcel Grignon

Film Editing by

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Yvonne Martin ... (as Y. Martin)

Production Design by

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Claude Bouxin ... (as C. Bouxin)

Costume Design by

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Mireille Leydet

Makeup Department

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Marc Blanchard ... hair stylist (as M. Blanchard)
Jean Paul Ulysse ... makeup artist (as J. Ulysse)

Production Management

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Michel Choquet ... unit production manager (as M. Choquet)
Jean Kerchner ... production manager

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Jacques Poitrenaud ... first assistant director (as J. Poitrenaud)
Henri Toulout ... second assistant director (as H. Toulout)

Art Department

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Guy Maugin ... set dresser (as G. Mangin)

Sound Department

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Jacques Bissières ... assistant sound
Julien Coutelier ... sound (as J. Coutelier)
Auror Soler ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jean Benezech ... first assistant camera (as J. Benezech)
Marcel Combes ... still photographer (as M. Combes)
Raymond Pierre Lemoigne ... camera operator (as Raymond Lemoigne)
André Marquette ... second assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Madelle ... costume execution

Other crew

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Nelly Bouchardo ... choreographer
Jeanne Witta ... script supervisor (as J. Witta-Montrobert)

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Plot Summary

During the First World War, the Empyrée Montmartre, a Paris music-hall, is dedicated to patriotic revues whose star is the charming Mitsou. The young artist is not without talent but she is mainly well-connected. She is indeed the cherished mistress of Pierre Duroy-Lelong, a rich industrialist. One night, thanks to Petite-Chose, an ebullient singer-dancer and her co-star, she gets to know a handsome army, Lieutenant Bleu. Mitsou falls madly in love with him and Lieutenant Bleu is physically attracted to her. The trouble is that Bleu comes from a distinguished family and cannot put up with her lack of culture and artistic bad taste... Written by Guy Bellinger

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Taglines a dissection of the emotion called love...the transgression called sin...and the state of mind called Paris...by the mistress of bon mot - COLETTE See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mitsou (United States)
  • Mitsou (Denmark)
  • Mitsou - av kärlek blir unga flickor visa (Sweden)
  • Mitsou und die Männer (West Germany)
  • Mitsù, peccatrice ingenua (Italy)
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  • 92 min
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