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       Gina Lollobrigida |Filmography |Les Belles de nuit                                                     go_home


Original title: 1952 Les Belles de nuit
English: Beauties of the Night
German: Die Schonen der Nacht
Polish: Piękności nocy

Directed by
René Clair

Writing credits
René Clair (scenario)
René Clair (adaptation) and
Pierre Barillet (adaptation) and
Jean-Pierre Grédy (adaptation)
René Clair (dialogue)
Gian Luigi Rondi credited in Italian version only
Cast (in credits order) verified as complete
Gérard Philipe   Claude
Martine Carol   Edmee
Gina Lollobrigida   Leila/Cashier
Magali Vendeuil   Suzanne
Marilyn Buferd   Madame Bonacieux/Postal clerk (as Marylin Bufferd)
Raymond Bussières   Roger the mechanic
Raymond Cordy   Suzanne's father Gaston/Marquis
Bernard La Jarrige   Leon the gendarme (as Bernard Lajarrige)
Albert Michel   Postman
Palau   The Old Gentleman
Jean Parédès   Paul the pharmacist
Paolo Stoppa   Opera director

rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Monique Aïssata   Leila's handmaiden (uncredited)
Robert Balpo   (uncredited)
Madeleine Barbulée   Woman in post office (uncredited)
Georges Bever   Waiter (uncredited)
Jackie Blanchot   (uncredited)
Mathilde Casadesus   Suzanne's governess (1793) (uncredited)
Christian Chantal   (uncredited)
Marcel Charvey   (uncredited)
René-Jean Chauffard   Edmee's husband (uncredited)
Robert Dalban   A man (uncredited)
André Dalibert   (uncredited)
Monique Darval   (uncredited)
Jean Daurand   A man (uncredited)
Joé Davray   (uncredited)
Gil Delamare   Musketeer (uncredited)
Paul Demange   Le Petit Monsieur (uncredited)
Bernard Dhéran   Leila's fiance (uncredited)
Paul Faivre   Repossessor (uncredited)
Bernard Farrel   Sans-culotte (uncredited)
Pierre Fleta   (uncredited)
René Fluet   Second piano mover/Headsman (uncredited)
Édouard Francomme   Revolutionary (uncredited)
Jores   (uncredited)
Léon Larive   Revolutionary (uncredited)
Marcelle Legendre   (uncredited)
Julien Maffre   An agent (uncredited)
Alain Malloire   Edmee's son (uncredited)
Michel Malloire   Edmee's son (uncredited)
Yannick Malloire   Edmee's daughter (uncredited)
Dominique Marcas   (uncredited)
Henri Marchand   The Abbot (uncredited)
Franck Maurice   (uncredited)
Méral   (uncredited)
Jean Morel   (uncredited)
Bernard Musson   (uncredited)
François Nadel   (uncredited)
Henri Niel   Prime minister (uncredited)
Jean Ozenne   School administrator (uncredited)
Georges Paulais   Older composer (uncredited)
Jane Pierson   Woman at postal window (uncredited)
Piot   (uncredited)
François Richard   (uncredited)
Philippe Richard   A man (uncredited)
Marcel Rouzé   A man (uncredited)
Eugène Stuber   (uncredited)
Sylvain   A musician (uncredited)
Chantal Tirède   (uncredited)
Roger Vincent   (uncredited)
Produced by
René Clair   producer
Angelo Rizzoli   producer

Original Music by
Georges Van Parys

Cinematography by
Armand Thirard

Film Editing by
Louisette Hautecoeur
Denise Natot

Production Design by
Léon Barsacq (as Leon Barsacq)
Jacques Chalvet (assistant designer)

Costume Design by
Rosine Delamare
Georgette Fillon (uncredited)

Makeup Department
Marcel Bordenave   makeup artist
Jules Chanteau   hair stylist
René Daudin   hair stylist

Production Management
Léon Carré   production manager
Romano Dandi   assistant production manager: Italian version (credited in Italian version)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michel Boisrond   assistant director
Serge Vallin   second assistant director

Art Department
René Albouze   assistant designer
André Bakst   assistant production designer
Jacques Chalvet   assistant production designer

Sound Department
Antoine Petitjean   sound engineer
Antoine Petitjean   sound

Other crew
René Clair   lyricist (credited in Italian version)
Carlo Da Vinci   lyrical translator and adaptor: Italian (credited in Italian version)
Jean Dicop   assistant camera
Robert Florent   assistant to director of photography (as R. Florent)
Robert Juillard   assistant camera
Louis Née   assistant camera
Francine Corteggiani   script supervisor (uncredited)
Marie Grintzeff   assistant costume designer (uncredited)
Louis Née   second cinematographer (uncredited)

Otheri info:
Also Known As:
Beauties of the Night (USA)
Belle della notte, Le (Italy)
Night Beauties
Runtime: 87 min
Country: France / Italy
Language: French
Color: Black and White
Sound Mix: Mono
Certification: Finland:S / USA:Approved (General Audience) / Sweden:Btl / Argentina:Atp