Song of the Clouds

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Song of the Clouds
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Directed by André Cayatte
Written byAndré Cayatte
Jacques Natanson
Richard Pottier
Produced by Édouard Harispuru
Mario Bruitte
Albert Dodrumez
Starring Tino Rossi
Jacqueline Gauthier
Jacques Louvigny
Cinematography Charles Bauer
Edited by Christian Gaudin
Music by Vincent Scotto
Union des Distributeurs Indépendants
Distributed byCompagnie Commerciale Française Cinématographique
Release date
6 March 1946
Running time
103 minutes
Language French

Song of the Clouds (French: Sérénade aux nuages) is a 1946 French comedy film directed by André Cayatte and starring Tino Rossi, Jacqueline Gauthier and Jacques Louvigny. [1]


It was shot at the Marseille Studios of Marcel Pagnol in Southern France. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Auguste Capelier and Georges Wakhévitch. It was one of the most popular movies in France in 1945 with admissions of 3,498,968. [2]


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  1. Crisp p.116
  2. French box office of 1945 at Box Office Story