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Omnibus: I Regret Nothing

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Another chance to see this much-praised musical biography of Edith Piaf.

Edith Piaf is known as 'The Queen of French Song.' This film retraces her legendary life, from her birth on a pavement in the slums of Paris in December 1915 to her death in 1963 at the age of 47. Helping to tell her extraordinary story are her two husbands, friends and colleagues.
With special contributions from: Charles Aznavour, Bruno Coquatrix,Eddie Constantine, Michel Emer, composer, Marcel Blistene, film director and many songs from Edith Piaf and Yves Montand, Les Compagnons De La Chanson

"The songs - masses of them - are ravishing, and reverberate through the film to its sad end." (Observer)
"Refreshingly free from the usual show business soft soap." (Telegraph)
"A triumph not only of technique, but also of taste." (International Herald Tribune)

Contributors

Interviewee: Charles Aznavour
Interviewee: Bruno Coquatrix
Interviewee: Eddie Constantine
Interviewee: Michel Emer
Interviewee: Marcel Blistene
Narrator: David de Keyser
Film Editor: Allan Tyrer
Writer/Producer: Michael Houldey

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Omnibus: I Regret Nothing

BBC One London, 3 April 1972 22.55






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