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Chauffeur Antoinette

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Chauffeur Antoinette
Directed byHerbert Selpin
Written byJean de Letraz (play)
Suzanne Desty (play)
Roger Blum (play)
Georg C. Klaren
Heinz Goldberg
StarringCharlotte Ander
Hans Adalbert Schlettow
Walter Steinbeck
CinematographyCarl Drews
Music byRalph Benatzky
Distributed byStandard-Filmverleih
Release date
15 January 1932
Running time
88 minutes

Chauffeur Antoinette is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Herbert Selpin and starring Charlotte Ander, Hans Adalbert Schlettow and Walter Steinbeck. It was shot at the Johannisthal Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Erich Czerwonski. A British remake The Love Contract was produced the same year[1] and a French version Antoinette was also released.


Antoinette, a wealthy young widow, runs into financial difficulties after investing in the stock markets and is forced to sell her villa and car. By chance one day she encounters William P. Harrison, the speculator responsible for her losses who is now the owner of her house. After she helps fix his car, he offers her a bet. If she can work as his chauffeur for three months without any problems he will restore her lost fortune to her. In spite of the fact he tries to make things as difficult as possible for her, the two gradually fall in love.



  1. ^ Wright p.45


  • Klaus, Ulrich J. Deutsche Tonfilme: Jahrgang 1932. Klaus-Archiv, 1988.
  • Wright, Adrian. Cheer Up!: British Musical Films 1929-1945. The Boydell Press, 2020.

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