Gigolette (1937 film)

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Gigolette
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Directed by Yvan Noé
Written by Pierre Decourcelle (play)
Pierre Maudru
Yvan Noé
Edmond Tarbé des Sablons (play)
Produced by Pierre Pellegrin
Starring Florelle
Gabriel Gabrio
Rosine Deréan
Cinematography Nicolas Hayer
Edited by Andrée Feix
Music by Vincent Scotto
Production
company
Les Productions Pellegrin
Distributed byLes Productions Pellegrin
Release date
  • 19 February 1937 (1937-02-19)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Gigolette is a 1937 French drama film directed by Yvan Noé and starring Florelle, Gabriel Gabrio and Rosine Deréan. [1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean Douarinou.

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  1. Oscherwitz & Higgins p.304

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