A Mother's Secret (1952 film)

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A Mother's Secret
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Directed by Jean Gourguet
Written byJean Gourguet
Michelle Gourguet
Produced byJean Gourguet
Starring André Le Gall
Blanchette Brunoy
Grégoire Aslan
Cinematography Scarciafico Hugo
Edited by Daniel Lander
Music by René Denoncin
Production
company
Société Française de Production
Distributed byHéraut Film
Release date
24 October 1952
Running time
92 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

A Mother's Secret (French: Le Secret d'une mère) is a 1952 French drama film directed by Jean Gourguet and starring André Le Gall, Blanchette Brunoy and Grégoire Aslan. [1]

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After his wife dies in a car accident, her husband comes to believe that their young daughter is not really his child.

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  1. Rège p.459

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