L'Amour, Madame

L'Amour, Madame (English: Love, Madame) is a French comedy film from 1952, directed by Gilles Grangier, written by Félix Gandéra, starring Arletty and Jean Marais.[2] The film was known under the title "Coups de soleil" or "Les jeux de la plage et du hasard" (France), "Die Liebe mit 20" (West Germany), "Love, Madame" (USA).[3]

L'Amour, Madame
Directed byGilles Grangier
Produced byLes Films Raoul Ploquin – Sirius Films
Written byFélix Gandéra (play)
Françoise Giroud
Jean Marais
Music byGeorges Van Parys
Release date
23 January 1952 (France); 28 August 1953 (West Germany)
Running time
90 minutes
Box office1,595,959 admissions (France)[1]


Madame Célerier is determined to marry off her son François to a rich and haughty woman but François has other plans.



  1. "Box Office Figures for Jean Marais films". Box Office Story.
  2. "L'Amour, Madame". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-29.
  3. L'Amour, Madame on IMDb

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