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The Father of the Girl (1953)

Le père de Mademoiselle (original title)
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Credited cast:
Arletty ... Edith Mars
Suzy Carrier Suzy Carrier ... Françoise Marinier
André Luguet ... Monsieur Marinier
Denise Grey ... Isabelle Marinier
Jacques François ... Michel Leclair
Mauricet ... Le ministre
Germaine Reuver Germaine Reuver ... Agathe
Sophie Mallet Sophie Mallet ... Adèle
Rosine Luguet Rosine Luguet ... La jeune fille
Pierre Moncorbier Pierre Moncorbier ... L'huissier
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Claude Le Lorrain Claude Le Lorrain
Floriane Prévot Floriane Prévot
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

17 July 1953 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

The Father of the Girl See more »

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F.A.O. See more »
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Mono

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1.37 : 1
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Bowing out.
2 November 2010 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

Marcel L'Herbier's last movie is the follow up to "Les Derniers Jours De Pompéi" which was already a big failure ;"Le Père De Mademoiselle" ditches epics and comes back to the filmed stage production style which was France 's dominant genre at the beginning of the talkies era . The only reason why you would watch that is Arletty 's presence ;she is cast as an actress who stars in one of her former successes "Madame Sans Gene" a riotously funny comedy she played on stage and on the screen.She has a secretary whose parents are very bourgeois ,the father a magistrate whose dream is to end his career in Paris ,and the mother a snob socialite who longs for a money match for her daughter. With a little help from her employer,the secretary becomes the actress' s desirable mansion "owner" an a young attaché will help the dad with her problem ;although string-pulling is still a topical subject,the story seems straight out of the ark ,as old as the "Quatre Chevaux" car the girl's squeeze drives .

A poor ending for an often brilliant career.


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