The Misfortunes of Sophie

The Misfortunes of Sophie (French:Les Malheurs de Sophie) is a 1946 French comedy drama film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Madeleine Rousset, Marguerite Moreno and Michel Auclair.[1] The film is based on the novel of the same name by La Comtesse de Ségur.

The Misfortunes of Sophie
Directed byJacqueline Audry
Produced byJacques Panhaleux
Adrien Remaugé
Hubert Vincent-Bréchignac
Written byLa Comtesse de Ségur (novel)
Pierre Laroche
Colette Audry
StarringMadeleine Rousset
Marguerite Moreno
Michel Auclair
Music byPierre Sancan
CinematographyJean Isnard
Edited byÉmilienne Nelissen
Production
company
Distributed byPathé
Release date
3 April 1946
Running time
95 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Cast

  • Madeleine Rousset as Sophie de Réan jeune fille
  • Marguerite Moreno as Mademoiselle
  • Michel Auclair as Paul d'Auber
  • Colette Darfeuil as La révolutionnaire
  • André Alerme as Le préfet Hugon
  • Jean Daurand as Antoine Blaise
  • Berteron
  • René Bourbon
  • José Conrad as Sophie de Réan enfant
  • Paul Dagan as Le prêtre
  • Liane Daydé as Madeleine
  • Andrée de Chauveron as La préfète Hugon
  • Robert Demorget as Antoine Blaise enfant
  • Arlette du Sire
  • Serge Emrich as Paul d'Auber enfant
  • Paul Faivre as Le contrôleur
  • Ghislaine Fenoglio as Camille
  • Gautier-Sylla
  • Micheline Gilbert
  • Marianne Hardy as Madame d'Auber
  • Lisette Jambel
  • Pierre Labry
  • Yolande Laffon as Madame de Réan
  • Pierre Magnier
  • Renaud Mary as Armand Hugon
  • Yvette Maurech
  • Geneviève Morel as La bonne de Sophie
  • Noëlle Norman as Madame de Fleurville
  • Simone Ribaut
  • Paula Régnier
  • Jean Témerson as Le policier Moucheron
  • Jany Vallières

References

  1. Palmer & Michael p.69

Bibliography

  • Tim Palmer & Charlie Michael. Directory of World Cinema: France. Intellect Books, 2013.
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