The French Way (September 5, 1952)
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Released on September 5, 1952 in America: (running time 1 hour and 14 minutes) In 1940, at the beginning of the Second World War, cabaret star Zazu helps a young couple who want to get married against their parents' wishes. This movie was filmed in 1940 as the war was beginning, shown for the first time on 7 May 1940 in France. This American version was not released until 1952.
Produced by Jacques de Baroncelli
Directed by Jacques de Baroncelli
Written by Michel Duran
The Actors: Josephine Baker (Zazou Clairon), Micheline Presle (Claire Ancelot), Georges Marchal (Bernard Dalban), Raymond Aimos (Honoré Petru), Jean Tissier (Grégoire), Gabrielle Dorziat (Madame Ancelot), Saturnin Fabre (Monsieur Dalban, landlord and Napleon biographer), Marguerite Pierry (Mademoiselle Espérajou), Lucien Baroux (Léon, le clochard - the tramp), Yves Deniaud (Le Journaliste - newspaper reporter), Palmyre Levasseur (La patronne du bistrot - bistro customer), Rivers Cadet (unknown), Alice Didier (unknown), Marcelle Monthil (unknown), Georges Paulais (unknown)
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