It's the Paris Life

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It's the Paris Life
It's the Paris Life.jpg
German-language poster
Directed by Alfred Rode
Written by
Produced byAlfred Rode
Starring
Cinematography André Thomas
Edited by Isabelle Elman
Music by Roger-Roger
Production
companies
  • L.C.J. Editions & Productions
  • Société des Films A. Rode
Release date
  • 28 May 1954 (1954-05-28)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

It's the Paris Life (French: C'est la vie parisienne) is a 1954 French comedy film directed by Alfred Rode and starring Claudine Dupuis, Philippe Lemaire and Raymond Bussières. [1] It was shot in Gevacolor. The film portrays the development of Parisian musical culture between 1900 and 1950.

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  1. Hayward p.465

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