|If All the Guys in the World|
|Written by|| Jacques Rémy |
(adaptation et Dialogue de)
(avec la collaboration de)
|Starring|| André Valmy |
|Edited by||Jacques Desagneaux|
|Music by||Georges Van Parys|
|Color process||Black and white|
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