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Be Beautiful But Shut Up

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Be Beautiful But Shut Up
Directed byMarc Allégret
Written byMarc Allégret
William Benjamin
Marc Allegret
Gabriel Arout
Odette Joyeux
Jean Marsan
Roger Vadim
Jean Marsan
Produced byRaymond Eger
StarringMylène Demongeot
Henri Vidal
CinematographyArmand Thirard
Music byJean Wiener
Release date
Box office$14.3 million[1]

Be Beautiful But Shut Up (French: Sois belle et tais-toi) is a French black-and-white crime comedy film made in 1958, directed by Marc Allégret.

The film features Alain Delon and Jean Paul Belmondo in early roles as members of a gang.[2]

It was also known as Blonde for Danger.[3]


The protagonist, played by Mylène Demongeot, is a teenage female orphan who after escaping from her detention center joins a gang of Parisian burglars, but then by coincidence meets a young police inspector (played by Henri Vidal) with whom she falls in love, marries and starts a decent life.

The story shows how her former acquaintances from the criminal milieu become suspects in a jewel robbery.



Filming took place from December 1957 to February 1958.


The film recorded admissions of 1,904,380 in France.[4] This made it the 44th most popular film of the year.[5]


  1. ^ Information on film at Box Office Story
  2. ^ Top Sex Symbols of French Films Feud at Drop of Hat Kramer, Carol. Chicago Tribune 16 Aug 1970: f1.
  3. ^ BLONDE FOR DANGER "(Sois belle et tais-toi)" Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 26, Iss. 300, (Jan 1, 1959): 9.
  4. ^ "Be Beautiful But Shut Up". Box Office Story.
  5. ^ "1958 French Box Office". Box Office Story.

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