|My Seal and Them|
|Directed by||Pierre Billon|
|Written by||Charles de Richter (novel) |
|Produced by|| Jacques Bar |
|Starring|| Marie Daëms |
|Edited by||Andrée Danis|
|Music by||Jean Marion|
|23 March 1951|
My Seal and Them (French: Mon phoque et elles) is a 1951 French comedy film directed by Pierre Billon and starring Marie Daëms, François Périer and Jeanne Fusier-Gir.  A separate Swedish-language version My Friend Oscar was also produced.
It was shot at the Photosonor Studios in Courbevoie on the outskirts of Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director René Moulaert.
A fast-living diplomat's uncomplicated life is thrown into disorder when he wins a seal in a raffle. His girlfriend Gabrielle leaves him, but fortunately he meets Diana an Englishwoman who appreciates seals.
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