|Monsieur des Lourdines|
|Directed by||Pierre de Hérain|
|Written by|| André Obey |
Alphonse de Chateaubriant (novel)
|Produced by||Raymond Borderie|
|Starring|| Raymond Rouleau |
|Edited by||Henriette Wurtzer|
|Music by||Marcel Delannoy|
|Distributed by||Pathé Consortium Cinéma|
|9 June 1943|
Monsieur des Lourdines is a 1943 French historical drama film directed by Pierre de Hérain and starring Raymond Rouleau, Germaine Dermoz and Mila Parély. 
It is an adaptation of Alphonse de Chateaubriant's 1911 novel of the same title. The film's director was the stepson of Marshal Pétain and its themes are supportive of Vichyite policy. 
It was shot at the Saint-Maurice Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Lucien Aguettand.
A young man from an aristocratic family tires of the country life and moves to Paris where he squanders his inheritance. Returning to his home with remorse, he reconciles with his father and becomes engaged to his true love.
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