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Claudine à l'école (1937)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Max Dearly ... Le père de Claudine
Pierre Brasseur ... Le docteur Dubois
Suzet Maïs Suzet Maïs ... Aimée Lanthenay
Blanchette Brunoy ... Claudine
Marcel Mouloudji Marcel Mouloudji ... Mouloud (as Le petit Mouloudji)
Zélie Yzelle Zélie Yzelle ... Mélie (as Yzelle)
Katia Lova Katia Lova ... La grande Anaïs (as Katia Low)
Jacqueline Dumonceau Jacqueline Dumonceau ... Une des soeurs Jaubert (as J. Dumonceau)
Yvonne Broussard Yvonne Broussard ... Une des soeurs Jaubert (as Broussard)
Élyane Soler Élyane Soler ... Marie Belhomme (as L. Soler)
Solange Turenne Solange Turenne ... Luce (as S. de Turenne)
Jacqueline Valerio Jacqueline Valerio ... La petite Soulié (as Valério)
Ketty Pierson Ketty Pierson ... Junon
Christiane Rénal Christiane Rénal ... La paysanne (as Ch. Renal)
Georges Colin Georges Colin ... Dutertre


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Release Date:

15 December 1937 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Claudina en la escuela See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Les Films Regent See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Version of Claudine: Claudine à l'école (1978) See more »


Claudine et le Nid d'Oiseau
Music by Paul Misraki
Lyrics by Paul Misraki
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Blanchette Brunoy in bucolic school

Claudine à l'Ecole is such a funny comedy from 1937 with all its bucolic and rousseauiste scenes in the Valley of Chevreuse in the west of Paris : Claudine swimming naked in the river, sleeping in the fields in the straw, walking in the hills, seeing scenes with farmers, and a lot of scenes in old villages with old sets. Filming these scenes on location was a documentary and poetic vision of the way of life in the thirties, especially all the school scenes.

And Serge de Poligny uses very fine editing and camera movements to show this wonderful country and way of life, like painters also did. The Valley of Chevreuse is still a lovely place for strolling among the forest, hills, cascades, lakes, villages.

And the very best of this charming movie is the lovely Blanchette Brunoy. Un délice.

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