The Sparrows of Paris

The Sparrows of Paris (French: Moineaux de Paris) is a 1953 French comedy drama film directed and written by Maurice Cloche and starring Jean-Pierre Aumont, Louis de Funès and Virginia Keiley.[1]

The Sparrows of Paris
Film poster
Directed byMaurice Cloche
Produced byMaurice Cloche
Written byMaurice Cloche
André Hornez
StarringJean-Pierre Aumont
Louis de Funès
Virginia Keiley
Music byPaul Bonneau
CinematographyNicolas Hayer
Edited byRenée Gary
Les Films Maurice Cloche
Distributed byCiné Sélection
Release date
12 June 1953
Running time
90 minutes


Impresario Mr Smith and his daughter want to engage a group of French musicians. On this occasion Peggy Smith wears a necklace with a locket. One of the musicians identifies the locket as property of his grandmother. When Ms Smith insists on keeping it, the musician calls for his ancestors and the reborn French elite soldier Césarin answers.



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