|Directed by|| René Pujol |
|Written by|| Richard Arvay |
|Produced by||Marcel Hellman|
|Starring|| Renée Héribel |
|Cinematography|| Victor Arménise |
|Music by|| Nico Dostal |
Marcel Hellmann Film
|19 December 1930|
Everybody Wins (French: Chacun sa chance) is a 1930 French-German comedy film directed by René Pujol and Hans Steinhoff and starring Renée Héribel, Gaby Basset and Jean Gabin.  It was made as a co-production between France and Germany, with a separate German-language version Headfirst into Happiness also being shot using a different cast.
It was shot at Pathé's Joinville Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier.
A shop salesman is mistaken for a baron, which in turns leads him to be more attractive to the woman he is in love with.
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