|My Wife, My Cow and Me|
|Directed by||Jean Devaivre|
|Written by|| Gérard Carlier |
|Produced by||Paul de Saint-André|
|Starring|| Erminio Macario |
|Edited by||Louis Devaivre|
Les Films Artistiques
|Distributed by||Lux Compagnie Cinématographique de France |
Lux Film (Italy)
|8 May 1952|
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The film's sets were designed by the art director Claude Bouxin.
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