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Tout va très bien madame la marquise (1936)


Henry Wulschleger (as Henry Wulschléger)


Yves Mirande (scenario), Henry Wulschleger (idea)




Credited cast:
Marguerite Moreno Marguerite Moreno ... La marquise de Ploevic
Noël-Noël ... Yonnik Le Ploumanech
Colette Darfeuil ... Marie-Rose
Maurice Escande Maurice Escande ... Le marquis des Esnards
Félix Oudart Félix Oudart ... Le directeur
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Georges Bever Georges Bever ... Le colleur d'affiches
Simone Bourday Simone Bourday ... Annaïk
Jean Brochard
Myno Burney Myno Burney
Rivers Cadet Rivers Cadet ... James
Amy Collin Amy Collin
Nino Constantini Nino Constantini
Robert Darène Robert Darène
Hugues de Bagratide Hugues de Bagratide ... Le commanditaire
Charles Fallot Charles Fallot


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Release Date:

3 December 1936 (France) See more »

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France Productions See more »
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De Mayotte à Mohéli
Music by Paul Misraki
Lyrics by Jean Féline
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Here ....at last....A Britton ....live!
28 September 2010 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

The song by Ray Ventura was one of the biggest hits in France before the war;it's still popular even today and its title (everything's all right ,Madam)is used by the French when everything is going ...wrong!The words to the song tell the story of a marquise's misfortunes:away from her valuable property,she learns through a phone call the death of her gray mare,the destruction of her stables and of her castle in a fire,and the ruin and the suicide of her husband ;but ,the servant says, apart from this,everything's all right! The movie,made to capitalize on the huge success of the song ,has little to do with it,except for the first five minutes when the marquise (Marguerite Moreno) "lives" what happens in the song.

Critics do not speak highly of this film today,calling it a pure dud .I would rather call it a guilty pleasure,cause it is extremely funny and it reveals the way the Parisians saw the Brittons at the time ;in the comics,they were represented by Bécassine ,a bubble head servant with an IQ of about 40;in this movie they are pig ignorant :the guide who tells the tourists Agnès Sorel -who lived in Joan of Arc time- came in Brittany in 1866;his depiction of the dolmens and the standing stones ;Ploumenech (Noel Noel ,with a false nose)a naive Britton (for the Parisians ,it was a pleonasm) who comes to the capital to make his fortune in music hall:he's been hired by a music hall owner to play the part of a separatist in an extravaganza which is sheer Parisian bad taste.The moron also meets his sister ,supposedly working as a servant in a desirable mansion;she's actually the owner of the house,having made her way of life as a prostitute ,a specialist in wealthy men;and of course the brother hasn't got a clue.

Definitely no food for thought but often hilarious!

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