Ciboulette (film)

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Ciboulette
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Directed by Claude Autant-Lara
Written by Francis de Croisset (operetta)
Robert de Flers (operetta)
Jacques Prévert
Claude Autant-Lara
Starring Simone Berriau
Robert Burnier
Armand Dranem
Cinematography Charles Bauer
Curt Courant
Edited by Henri Taverna
André Versein
Music by Reynaldo Hahn
Production
companies
Distributed byPathé Consortium Cinéma
Release date
10 November 1933
Running time
85 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Ciboulette [si.bu.lɛt] is a 1933 French musical film directed by Claude Autant-Lara and starring Simone Berriau, Robert Burnier and Armand Dranem. [1] It is an adaptation of the 1923 operetta of the same name. The film's art direction was by Lazare Meerson and Alexandre Trauner. It was part of a popular cycle of operetta films during the decade.

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  1. Goble p.114

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