Monsieur Octave

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Monsieur Octave
Directed by Maurice Boutel
Written byMaurice Boutel
Starring
Cinematography Pierre Petit
Production
company
Compagnie Parisienne Cinématographique
Distributed byCompagnie Parisienne Cinématographique
Release date
1951
CountryFrance
Language French

Monsieur Octave is a 1951 French comedy film directed by Maurice Boutel and starring Pierre Larquey, Marcel Pérès and Mady Berry. [1] A recently retired railway worker borrows money to build a new house.

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