|My Childish Father|
|Directed by||Jean de Limur|
|Written by||Jean de Limur |
|Based on||My Childish Father by Léopold Marchand|
|Starring|| Adolphe Menjou |
|Cinematography|| Georges Asselin |
|Edited by||Stewart B. Moss|
|Music by||Jose Lucchesi|
|1 May 1930|
My Childish Father (French: Mon gosse de père) is a 1930 French drama film directed by Jean de Limur and starring Adolphe Menjou, Roger Tréville and Alice Cocéa. It is based on the 1925 play of the same title by Léopold Marchand which was later remade in 1953 as My Childish Father .  The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier. It was one of twelve sound films produced by Pathé-Natan that year following the conversion from silent film.  A separate English-Language version The Parisian was produced, also starring Menjou. 
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