Oh No, Mam'zelle

Oh No, Mam'zelle (French title: Mam'zelle Nitouche) is a French-Italian comedy film from 1954, directed by Yves Allégret, written by Marcel Achard, starring Fernandel and Louis de Funès.

Oh No, Mam'zelle
Directed byYves Allégret
Produced byParis Films Production (Paris)
Written byMarcel Achard
Yves Allégret
Henri Meilhac (libretto)
Albert Millaud (libretto)
Louis de Funès
Music byGeorges Van Parys
Distributed byLux Film
Release date
21 April 1954 (France)
Running time
90 minutes


  • Fernandel : Célestin, the organist and Floridor the compositor
  • Pier Angeli : Denise de Flavigny and Mlle Nitouche
  • Jean Debucourt : the commandant major Léon de Longueville
  • Renée Devillers : mother, sister of the commander
  • Michèle Cordoue : Corinne, the actress, teacher of Floridor and protected from the commander
  • François Guérin : the first lieutenant André La Vauzelle
  • Nerio Bernardi : the Italian grocer who accepts pots of flowers
  • Hélène Tossy : wife of the commander major
  • Georges Chamarat : the warrant officer
  • Margo Lion : Léontine, the sister tourière
  • Louis de Funès : the field marshal of homes Petrot


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