The Typist

The Typist (French: Dactylo) is a 1931 French comedy film directed by Wilhelm Thiele and starring Marie Glory, Jean Murat and Armand Bernard.[1] It was a French-language version of the German film Die Privatsekretärin which was itself based on a novel by István Szomaházy. It was followed by a 1934 sequel The Typist Gets Married.

The Typist
Directed byWilhelm Thiele
Produced byHerman Millakowsky
Georg Witt
Written byJean Boyer
István Békeffy (operetta)
Franz Schulz
István Szomaházy (novel)
StarringMarie Glory
Jean Murat
Armand Bernard
Music byLajos Lajtai
CinematographyOtto Heller
Reimar Kuntze
Adolf Schlasy
Distributed byPathé-Natan
Release date
4 April 1931
Running time
77 minutes

The film's sets were designed by Otto Hunte and Franz Koehn.


  • Marie Glory - Simone Dupré
  • Jean Murat - Paul Derval
  • Armand Bernard - Jules Fanfarel
  • Marie-Antoinette Buzet - La secrétaire
  • Jean Boyer - Moreau
  • Albert Broquin - Un choriste
  • André Michaud - Le garçon de restaurant
  • Vony Myriame

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