|The Little King|
|Directed by||Julien Duvivier|
|Written by|| André Lichtenberger (novel) |
|Produced by|| Charles Delac |
|Starring|| Robert Lynen |
|Cinematography|| Joseph Barth |
|Edited by||Marthe Poncin|
|Music by||Tibor Harsanyi|
Pathé Consortium Cinéma
Société Générale de Cinématographie
|Distributed by||Pathé Consortium Cinéma|
|21 November 1933|
The Little King (French: Le petit roi) is a 1933 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Robert Lynen, Arlette Marchal and Béatrice Bretty. 
The film's sets were designed by the art director Lucien Aguettand. It was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris with location filming in various places including the resort town of Saint-Tropez.
It was made as a follow-up to Duvivier's 1932 hit The Red Head , which also starred Robert Lynen in the title role.
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