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|Directed by||Raymond Bernard|
|Music by||André Roubaud|
|Distributed by||Pathé Consortium Cinéma|
|2 October 1931|
Montmartre (French: Faubourg Montmartre) is a 1931 French drama film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Gaby Morlay, Line Noro and Florelle. Two sisters struggle to stay above water in the poverty-stricken suburbs of Paris. It was a remake of a 1925 silent film Montmartre that had also starred Morlay.
- Gaby Morlay as Ginette Gentilhomme
- Line Noro as Céline Gentilhomme
- Florelle as Irène
- Pauline Carton as Tante Aurélie
- Nadine Picard as Fernande
- Odette Barencey as Mme Elise
- Ketty Pierson as Louise
- Henriette Leblond as Mme Chouya-Barca
- Charles Vanel as André Marco, dit Dédé
- André Dubosc as M. Gentilhomme
- Antonin Artaud as Follestat
- Dimitri Dimitriev as L'étranger
- Pierre Bertin as Frédéric Charençon
- Paul Azaïs as Un client de Dédé
- Raymond Cordy as Le boulanger du village
- Robert Tourneur as Le gérant
- The A to Z of French Cinema p.306
- Dayna Oscherwitz & MaryEllen Higgins. The A to Z of French Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
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