|The Three Cousins|
|Directed by||Jacques Daniel-Norman|
|Written by|| André-Paul Antoine |
|Produced by||Jules Calamy|
|Starring|| Rellys |
|Edited by||Monique Bonnot|
|Music by||Francis Lopez|
|10 December 1947|
The Three Cousins (French: Les trois cousines) is a 1947 French comedy film directed by Jacques Daniel-Norman and starring Rellys, Andrex and Lysiane Rey.  The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani.
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