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|With a Smile|
|Directed by||Maurice Tourneur|
|Written by||Louis Verneuil|
|Produced by||José Marquis|
|Starring|| Maurice Chevalier |
|Cinematography|| Armand Thirard |
|Edited by||Harold Earle|
|Music by|| Marcel Lattès |
Les Films Marquise
|Distributed by||Métropole Distribution|
|4 December 1936|
With a Smile (French: Avec le sourire) is a 1936 French comedy film directed by Maurice Tourneur and based on an original screenplay by Louis Verneuil. The film stars Maurice Chevalier and the title of the film is taken from one of his comic songs "With a Smile" (Avec le Sourire, 1907). 
It was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Lucien Carré and Émile Duquesne.
A smooth talking but penniless vagrant (Maurice Chevalier) arrives in Paris and sets out to make it to the top with nothing more than his smile, charm and cunning mind.
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