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Jack Lemmon in Irma La Douce

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also starring Shirley MacLaine with LOU JACOBI and BRUCE YARNELL When Gendarme Nestor Patou pulls a one-man raid on a Parisian home of ill-repute, he is unfortunate enough to include in his bag the Chief of Police. Also included in his catch is the beautiful and brash ' lady of the night' Irma La Douce.
Screenplay by BILLY WILDER , i. A. L. DIAMOND based on the play by ALEXANDRE BREFFORT Produced and directed by BILLY WILDER Films: page 105

Contributors

Unknown: Shirley MacLaine
Unknown: Lou Jacobi
Unknown: Bruce Yarnell
Unknown: Nestor Patou
Unknown: Billy Wilder
Play By: Alexandre Breffort
Directed By: Billy Wilder
Nestor ,: Jack Lemmon
Irma La Douce: Shirley MacLaine
Moustache: Lou Jacobi
Hippolyte: Bruce Yarnell
Insp Lefevre: Herschel Bernardi
Lolita: Hope Holiday
Amazon Annie: Joan Shawlee
Kiki the Cossack GRACE: Lee Whitney
Concierge: Howard McNear
Police Sergeant: Cliff Osmond
JOJO: Diki Lerner
Zebra Twins: Ruth And Jane Earl
Mimi the Maumau: Harriet Young
Officer Dupont: Billy Beck

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Jack Lemmon in Irma La Douce

BBC Two England, 28 December 1981 21.45






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