Strange Suzy

Strange Suzy (French: L'étrange Suzy) is a 1941 French comedy film directed by Pierre-Jean Ducis and starring Suzy Prim, Claude Dauphin and Marguerite Moreno.[1]

Strange Suzy
Directed byPierre-Jean Ducis
Written byYves Mirande
StarringSuzy Prim
Claude Dauphin
Marguerite Moreno
Music byVincent Scotto
CinematographyFred Langenfeld
Jacques Lemare
Edited byAndrée Danis
Badalo Films
Release date
29 August 1941
Running time
83 minutes

Made in the southern zone of Vichy France, the film was a commercial success. Along with another hit The Well Digger's Daughter, it was banned by the Nazi authorities in the Occupied Zone in retaliaton for a Vichy ban on the German film Bel Ami.[2]



  1. Burch & Sellier p.150
  2. Winkel & Welch p.142


  • Noël Burch & Geneviève Sellier. The Battle of the Sexes in French Cinema, 1930–1956. Duke University Press, 2013.
  • Winkel, Roel Vande & Welch, David. Cinema and the Swastika: The International Expansion of Third Reich Cinema. Palgrave MacMillan, 2011.
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