|At the Grand Balcony|
|Directed by||Henri Decoin|
|Written by|| Joseph Kessel |
|Produced by||Raymond Borderie|
|Starring|| Pierre Fresnay |
|Edited by||Annick Millet|
|Music by||Joseph Kosma|
Compagnie Industrielle et Commerciale Cinématographique
|Distributed by||Les Films Corona|
At the Grand Balcony (French: Au grand balcon) is a 1949 French drama film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Pierre Fresnay, Georges Marchal and Félix Oudart.  It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.  The film's sets were designed by the art director René Renoux.
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Monsieur Vincent is a 1947 French film about Vincent de Paul, the 17th-century priest and charity worker. It depicts his struggle to help the poor in the face of obstacles such as the Black Death.
The 3rd Cannes Film Festival was held from 2 to 17 September 1949. The previous year, no festival had been held because of financial problems.
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The Straw Lover is a 1951 French comedy film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Jean-Pierre Aumont, Gaby Sylvia and Alfred Adam. Louis de Funès plays a psychiatrist. The film based on Georges Feydeau's play "Le Dindon".
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