The Strange Madame X

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The Strange Madame X
L Etrange Madame X poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Jean Grémillon
Written byMarcelle Maurette
Pierre Laroche (dialogue)
Albert Valentin (adaptation)
Produced by Claude Dolbert
André Collignon
Starring Michèle Morgan
Henri Vidal
Cinematography Louis Page
Edited by Louisette Hautecoeur
Music by Vincent Scotto
Codo Cinéma
S. G. G. C.
Release date
  • 22 June 1951 (1951-06-22)
Running time
91 minutes

The Strange Madame X (French : L'Étrange Madame X) is a 1951 French drama film directed by Jean Grémillon. The screenplay was written by Marcelle Maurette, Pierre Laroche (dialogue) and Albert Valentin (adaptation). It stars Michèle Morgan and Henri Vidal. It tells the story of a housemaid who marries an aristocrat, then falls in love with a low-born laborer and becomes pregnant by him.


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