Love And The Frenchwoman

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

A charming French anthology film that traces the nature of love in typical French women from childhood to old age. The first episode, "Childhood," details a nine-year-old's confusion when her parents tell her that babies come from cabbages. The parents have a hysterical little girl on their hands when the child sees a cabbage fall from a vegetable truck....read more

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Writer (9 Credits)
Annette Wademant
Charles Spaak
Felicien Marceau
France Roche
Jacques Robert
Louise de Vilmorin
Michel Audiard
Source (1 Credit)
Marcel Ayme
Producer (2 Credits)
Jacques Remy
Robert Woog
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Robert Le Febvre
Editor (6 Credits)
Borys Lewin
Claude Durand
Emma Le Chanois
Henri Taverna
Jacques Desagneaux
Louisette Hautecoeur
Musical Composer (7 Credits)
Henri Crolla
Jacques Metehen
Jean Constantin
Joseph Kosma
Norbert Glanzberg
Paul Misraki
Art Director (2 Credits)
Lucien Aguettand
Robert Gys
Animation (1 Credit)
Jabely