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The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans (1932 film)

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Directed by  Jean Choux
Edited by  Marthe Poncin
Initial release  1932
Music director  Philippe Parès
Music by  Philippe Parès
Production company  Films Reingold-Lafitte
Director  Jean Choux
Editor  Marthe Poncin
Produced by  René Lafitte Joseph Reingold
Written by  Jean François Fonson (play) Fernand Wicheler (play)
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Cinematography  René Guychard, Charles Lengnich, Robert Batton

The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans (French:Le mariage de Mlle Beulemans) is a 1932 Belgian-French comedy film directed by Jean Choux. It is based on the 1910 Belgian play Le Mariage de mademoiselle Beulemans.

The film's sets were designed by the art director René Moulaert.


  • Pierre Alcover as Monsieur Meulemeester
  • Lily Bourget as Suzanne Beulemans
  • Berthe Charmal as Madame Beulemans
  • Arthur Devère as Isidore
  • Pierre Dux as Albert Delpierre
  • Zizi Festerat as Mostynck
  • André Gobert as Séraphin Meulemeester
  • Claire Gérard as Isabelle
  • Pierre Juvenet as Père Delpierre
  • Charles Mahieu as Monsieur Beulemans
  • Solange Moret as Anna
  • Ghita Moulaert
  • Charles Nossent
  • Rittche as Léopold
  • René Vitou
  • References

    The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans (1932 film) Wikipedia

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