The Sweetness of Loving

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The Sweetness of Loving
Directed by René Hervil
Written by
Produced by Jacques Haïk
Starring
Cinematography Willy Faktorovitch
Music by
Production
company
Les Établissements Jacques Haïk
Distributed byLes Établissements Jacques Haïk
Release date
17 October 1930
Running time
101 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

The Sweetness of Loving (French: La douceur d'aimer) is a 1930 French comedy film directed by René Hervil and starring Victor Boucher, Renée Devillers and Henri Bosc. [1]

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  1. Rège p.328

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