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His Father's Portrait

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His Father's Portrait
Le-portrait-de-son-pere.jpg
Directed byAndré Berthomieu
Written byAndré Berthomieu
Roger Pierre (dialogue script)
Produced byAndré Berthomieu
Gilbert Cohen-Seat
StarringJean Richard
Michèle Philippe
Brigitte Bardot
CinematographyGeorges Million
Edited byGilbert Natot
Music byHenri Betti
Release date
  • 1953 (1953)
Running time
90 min.
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

His Father's Portrait (French: Le Portrait de son père) is a 1953 French comedy film starring Brigitte Bardot.

The film recorded 1,643,820 admissions.[1]

Cast

Production

The music of the songs C'est si bon (1947) and Maître Pierre (1948) are used in the film. They were composed by Henri Betti and are his two biggest hits.

The song Le Beau Pedro performed by Armand Mestral was written by Henri Betti (music) and Jean Nohain (lyrics) for the film Soyez les bienvenus directed by Pierre-Louis the same year.

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