The Women Couldn't Care Less
The Women Couldn't Care Less or Dames Get Along (French: Les femmes s'en balancent) is a 1954 French crime film directed by Bernard Borderie and starring Eddie Constantine, Nadia Gray and Dominique Wilms. It features Peter Cheyney's fictional American detective Lemmy Caution.
|The Women Couldn't Care Less|
|Directed by||Bernard Borderie|
|Produced by||Raymond Borderie |
|Written by||Jacques Vilfrid|
|Music by||Paul Misraki|
|Edited by||Jean Feyte|
|Distributed by||Pathé Consortium Cinéma|
|5 May 1954|
Lemmy Caution is assigned to investigate undercover.
- Eddie Constantine as Lemmy Caution
- Nadia Gray as Henrietta Aymes, Granworth's wife
- Dominique Wilms as Paulette Bénito
- Jacques Castelot as Granworth Aymes
- Robert Burnier as police chief Metts
- Robert Berri as Fernandez / Jean Termiglio
- Darío Moreno as Perera
- Nicolas Vogel as Jim Maloney
- François Perrot as Langdon Nurdell
- Paul Azaïs as guard
- Guy Henri as Daredo
- Pascale Roberts as Casa Antica's Seller
- Georgette Anys as Mrs. Martinguez
- Gil Delamare as Sagers
- Marie p.20
- "Dames Don't Care". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-28.
- Michel Marie. The French New Wave: An Artistic School. John Wiley & Sons, 2008.