The Woman Dressed As a Man (French: La femme en homme) is a 1932 French comedy film directed by Augusto Genina and starring Carmen Boni, Armand Bernard and André Dubosc.
|The Woman Dressed As a Man|
|Directed by||Augusto Genina|
|Written by||Ugo Falena (play)|
|Produced by||Alexandre Kamenka|
|Distributed by||Les Grandes Exclusivités Européennes|
|11 March 1932|
It was based on a 1925 play by Ugo Falena which had previously been adapted into the 1926 silent film The Last Lord and was remade in 1945 as The Twentieth Duke.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Lazare Meerson.
- Carmen Boni as Claude
- Armand Bernard as M. Gray
- André Dubosc as Le duc de Bressy
- Françoise Rosay as Princesse Marie
- Alex Bernard
- Pedro Elviro
- Bernard Koowost
- Victor Vina
- ^ Andrew p.364
- Andrews, Dudley. Mists of Regret: Culture and Sensibility in Classic French Film. Princeton University Press, 1995.