My Friend Victor

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My Friend Victor
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Directed by André Berthomieu
Written byGeorges Dolley (novel)
André Berthomieu
Produced byGeorges Dolley
Starring René Lefèvre
Pierre Brasseur
Simone Bourday
Cinematography Jean Isnard
Georges Périnal
Edited by Jacques Desagneaux
Music by René Sylviano
Distributed byÉtoile-Film
Release date
9 January 1931
Running time
109 minutes
Language French

My Friend Victor (French: Mon ami Victor) is a 1931 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring René Lefèvre, Pierre Brasseur and Simone Bourday. The film may have originally been made a silent and then had sound added to it. [1]


The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert-Jules Garnier.


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