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La valse de Paris


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(The Paris Waltz) starring
Pierre Fresnay
Yvonne Printemps
Jacques Offenbach 's operettas are the rage of Paris, and Hortense Schneider is their most dazzling interpreter. On stage or off, theirs is an irresistible partnership. Some of Offenbach's most delightful melodies highlight Achard's light-hearted romance.
Written and directed by MARCEL ACHARD
(A French film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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Unknown: Pierre Fresnay
Unknown: Yvonne Printemps
Unknown: Jacques Offenbach
Unknown: Hortense Schneider
Directed By: Marcel Achard
Offenbach: Pierre Fresnay
Hortense: Yvonne Printemps
Berthelier: Jacques Charon
Prince: Claude Sainval
Gen Danicheff: Pierre Dux
Napoleon III: Lucien Nat
Caliph: Jacques Dynam
Marie: Noëlle Norman
Empress Eugenie: Raymonde Allain

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