La dame de chez Maxim's (1933 film)

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La dame de chez Maxim's (transl.The Girl from Maxim's) is a 1933 British French-language comedy film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Florelle, Esther Kiss and Ady Cresso. The film is a French-language version of the 1933 film The Girl from Maxim's made by London Film Productions. Both films were directed by Korda, and were based on the 1899 farce La Dame de chez Maxim by Georges Feydeau. [1]



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