Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild Women

Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild Women or Cigarettes, whisky et p'tites pépées is a 1959 French comedy film directed by Maurice Régamey and starring Jean Carmet and Annie Cordy.

Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild Women
Directed byMaurice Régamey
Written byMaurice Régamey
Raymond Caillava
StarringJean Carmet
Annie Cordy
Music byHenri Betti
CinematographyLucien Joulin
Edited byLouis Devaivre
Ardennes Films
Donjon Films
Nepi Film
Distributed bySIDA
Release date
  • 25 February 1959 (1959-02-25)
Running time
90 min


To bail out their club on the French Riviera, a group of young and pretty sports do not hesitate to exploit whiskey and cigarettes found in the cellar during resounding celebrations.



The film was shot from 30 June to 13 August 1958.

The film was released in Italy 10 February 1959, in France, 25 February 1959, in Sweden, 16 November 1959 and in Germany, 4 March 1960.

The film is most known from the 1947 song "Cigarettes, Whisky et P'tites Pépées" ("Cigarettes, Whisky, And Wild, Wild Women" music by Tim Spencer, French lyrics by Jacques Soumet and François Llenas) singing by Annie Cordy.


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