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A Window in the War

Synopsis

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Colette 1873-1954
Narrated by MICHAEL HORDERN Colette's voice MARY WIMBUSH
A repeat showing of the Omnibus film to mark the centenary of the birth of the French writer Colette. Music-hall artist, journalist and beautician - three times married and lover of women as well as of men - everyone knows the film of her story Gigi, and of all French writers of the century, she's probably the most widely read.
This programme looks back from her Paris flat-during the German occupation in the 40s-at the story of her life, seen from a window in the war ...
With her daughter Colette de Jouvenel and her last husband
Maurice Goudeket
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER ,
Written and directed by COLIN NEARS

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hordern
Unknown: Mary Wimbush
Unknown: Maurice Goudeket
Producer: Mike Wooller
Directed By: Colin Nears

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