Mademoiselle from Paris

Mademoiselle from Paris (French: Mademoiselle de Paris) is a 1955 French comedy film directed by Walter Kapps and starring Jean-Pierre Aumont, Gisèle Pascal and Nadine Basile. The film was one of several films set in the work of high fashion made during the decade, popularising the New Look of Christian Dior.[1] It was shot using Eastmancolor. The film's sets were designed by the art director Rino Mondellini.

Mademoiselle from Paris
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Directed byWalter Kapps
Written byMaurice Griffe
Produced byPierre Chichério
StarringJean-Pierre Aumont
Gisèle Pascal
Nadine Basile
CinematographyArmand Thirard
Edited byHenri Taverna
Music byPaul Durand
Production
company
Pécéfilms
Distributed byJeannic Films
Release date
28 June 1955
Running time
110 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

SynpsisEdit

Micheline works hard to keep the struggling fashion house of her employer, Maurice, afloat. When it goes out of business she accepts an offer to tour the country as an accompanist to the singer Jacqueline François. In Nice she encounters both her sister and Maurice who is now planning to start a new fashion house.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Shingler p.70

BibliographyEdit

  • Shingler, Martin. Star Studies: A Critical Guide. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012.

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