Arlette and Love

Arlette and Love (French: Arlette et l'amour) is a 1943 French romantic comedy film directed by Robert Vernay and starring André Luguet, Josette Day and André Alerme.[1]

Arlette and Love
Directed byRobert Vernay
Produced byJean Le Duc
Roger Sallard
Written byFélix Gandéra (play)
Marcel Pagnol
Starring André Luguet
Josette Day
André Alerme
Music byRoger Desormière
CinematographyVictor Arménise
Edited byPierre Caillet
Jean Feyte
Distributed byGaumont
Release date
22 September 1943
Running time
104 minutes

The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani.


  • André Luguet as Le vrai comte Raoul de Tremblay-Matour
  • Josette Day as Arlette Milloix
  • André Alerme as Le baron Gingleux
  • René Alié as Le faux comte de Tremblay-Matour
  • Jean Aquistapace as Le curé
  • Andrée de Chauveron as Mme Millois – la mère d'Arlette
  • Alexandre Fabry as L'aubergiste
  • Jimmy Gaillard as Maxime Noblet
  • Albert Gercourt as Gilbert
  • Pierre Labry as Jules – le domestique
  • René Lefèvre as Le notaire
  • Robert Moor as Mathurin
  • Henri Poupon as Breteuil
  • Sylvette Saugé as Sylvie
  • Jean Toulout as Le comte de Brulant


  1. The A to Z of French Cinema p.412


  • Dayna Oscherwitz & MaryEllen Higgins. The A to Z of French Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

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