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|The Man at Midnight|
|Directed by||Harry Lachman|
|Produced by||Manuel Chavez|
|Written by||Walter Ellis (play)) |
|Starring||Jean Weber |
|Music by||René Mercier|
|Cinematography||Rudolph Maté |
|Distributed by||Les Films Armor|
|17 August 1931|
The Man at Midnight (French: Le monsieur de minuit) is a 1931 French comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Jean Weber, Josseline Gaël and Marcel Simon. It was the French-language version of the British film Almost a Honeymoon.
- Jean Weber as Raoul de Saint=Auban
- Josseline Gaël as Arlette
- Marcel Simon as Jean
- Jules Moy as Isaac Dupont
- Odette Talazac as Poupette
- Jean Gobet as Durand-Toucourt
- Jean Guilton as Le chauffeur
- Louis Vonelly as Le monsieur
- Manzoni as Le chanteur
- Stephen Weber as Le chansonnier
- Léon Courtois as L'huissier
- Cook p.514
- Cook, Samantha. Writers and production artists. St James Press, 1993.
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