La Putain respectueuse

La Putain respectueuse (The Respectful Prostitute) is a French drama film from 1952, directed by Marcello Pagliero and Charles Brabant, written by Alexandre Astruc, starring Barbara Laage and Louis de Funès.[1] It is an adaptation of Jean-Paul Sartre's 1946 play The Respectful Prostitute.

La Putain respectueuse
Directed byMarcello Pagliero
Charles Brabant
Produced byLes Films Agiman - Artès Films (France)
Written byAlexandre Astruc
Jean-Paul Sartre
StarringBarbara Laage
Louis de Funès
Music byRenée Gary
Distributed byLes Films Marceau
Release date
8 October 1952 (France)
Running time
95 minutes


  • Barbara Laage : Lizzie Mac-Kay, singer hostess
  • Ivan Desny : Fred Clarke, the son of the senator
  • Walter Bryant : Teddy Barnes, the nephew of the senator
  • Marcel Herrand : the senator Edouard Clarke
  • Yolande Laffon : Marie, the sister of the senator
  • Marie Olivier : Annie, a companion of Lizzie
  • André Valmy : Georges, the boss of the club
  • Jacques Hilling : the drunkard of the night club
  • Jean Danet : a client of the night club
  • Byron et O'Thella : the stars of the club
  • Grégoire Gromoff : a client of the night club
  • Louis de Funès : a client of the night club
  • Jack Ary : a lorry driver
  • Luc Andrieux : the barman
  • François Joux : the television journalist
  • Nicolas Vogel : a client of the night club
  • Robert Mercier : a man in the garage
  • Jean Minisini : a man in the cabaret
  • Gil Delamare : a man in the garage


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