Three Waltzes

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Three Waltzes
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Directed by Ludwig Berger
Produced by Barend Broekman
Written by Léopold Marchand (scenario and operetta)
Hans Müller
Albert Willemetz (operetta)
Paul Knepler  [ de ] (operetta)
Armin Robinson (operetta)
Starring Yvonne Printemps
Pierre Fresnay
Henri Guisol
Music by Oscar Straus
Cinematography Guy Delattre
Paul Portier
Eugen Schüfftan
Edited by Bernard Séjourné
Production
company
SOFROR
Distributed byVédis Films
Release date
14 December 1938
Running time
90 minutes
CountryFrance
Language French

Three Waltzes (French: Les trois valses) is a 1938 French historical musical film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Yvonne Printemps, Pierre Fresnay and Henri Guisol. [1] It is an operetta film, based on music by Oscar Straus. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Jean d'Eaubonne, Raymond Gabutti and Jacques Gut.

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