Paris Still Sings

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Paris Still Sings
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Directed by Pierre Montazel
Written by
Produced byClément Duhour
Cinematography Armand Thirard
Edited by Paulette Robert
Music by Raymond Legrand
Courts et Longs Métrages
Distributed by Cocinor
Release date
29 November 1951
Running time
102 minutes
Language French

Paris Still Sings (French: Paris chante toujours) is a 1951 French musical comedy film directed by Pierre Montazel and starring Lucien Baroux, Clément Duhour and Madeleine Lebeau with performances from a large number of leading French singers. [1]



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  1. Frith p.231