The Pretty Miller Girl

The Pretty Miller Girl (French: La Belle Meunière) is a 1949 French musical film directed by Marcel Pagnol and starring Tino Rossi, Jacqueline Pagnol and Raoul Marco. It is part of the tradition of operetta films. The title is a reference to Schubert's song cycle Die schöne Müllerin.

The Pretty Miller Girl
Directed byMarcel Pagnol
Written byMarcel Pagnol
StarringTino Rossi
Jacqueline Pagnol
Raoul Marco
Music byTony Aubin
CinematographyWilly Faktorovitch
Edited byJeanne Rongier
Société du Film La Belle Meunière
Distributed byGaumont
Release date
23 November 1949
Running time
99 minutes


Composer Franz Schubert goes to the countryside to find inspiration.[1][2][3] He meets a girl, Brigitte, near a windmill.[1][2] However, the local lord wants her as his lover.[2][3] Distraught, Schubert leaves and writes some new music to get over it.[2][3]

The film was shot with Rouxcolor technology.[4] The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani.



  1. AlloCine
  2. UniFrance Films
  3. La Belle Meunière, Premiere,
  4. Brett Bowles, Marcel Pagnol, Manchester: Manchester University Press, p. 4

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