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Messieurs Ludovic (1946)

Three men named Ludovic living in Paris were born on the same day, Ludovic Seguin (an engineer), Ludovic Lechartier (a rich financier) and Ludovic Mareuil (a tough guy on the wrong side of ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Odette Joyeux ... Anne-Marie Vermeulen
Bernard Blier ... Ludovic Seguin
Marcel Herrand ... Ludovic Le Chartier
Jean Chevrier ... Ludovic Mareuil (as Jean Chevrier Sociétaire de la Comédie Française)
Julien Carette ... Julien (as Carette)
Palau ... Ernest, le domestique
Etienne Decroux Etienne Decroux ... Le guide (as Decroux)
Mona Dol Mona Dol ... Mme Vermeulen (as Mona Doll)
Sonia Larsson Sonia Larsson
Jean Gobet Jean Gobet ... Benoît Decour
Georgette Tissier Georgette Tissier ... Georgette
Gabrielle Fontan Gabrielle Fontan ... La concierge des Thibaut
Yasmine Cayret Yasmine Cayret ... Mme Seguin (as Yamine Cayret)
Sabine Angély Sabine Angély ... Mme Benoist (as Sabine Angely)
Arlette Merry ... Marika Lamar
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Storyline

Three men named Ludovic living in Paris were born on the same day, Ludovic Seguin (an engineer), Ludovic Lechartier (a rich financier) and Ludovic Mareuil (a tough guy on the wrong side of the law). Fresh from her mining village young Anne-Marie, will bring these three men together. First courted by the engineer, she lets herself be seduced by the outlaw who is soon put under arrest for car theft. She then allows her new employer, the financier, to woo her. But Anne-Marie's taste for luxury gradually wanes and when, just released from jail, the gangster meets her in the street, he realizes the young woman has changed. She confesses her true love for the engineer, the least showing off and the most sincere of the three Ludovics. Moved by the young woman's distress, the hood contacts the banker and both decide to join forces to find Ludovic Seguin ... Written by Guy Bellinger

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Details

Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

3 May 1946 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Ludo See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Optimax Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Le p'tit Quinquin
Written by Alexandre Desrousseaux
(1853)
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