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Mademoiselle Josette, My Woman (1926 film)

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Mademoiselle Josette, My Woman
Directed byGaston Ravel
Written by
Based onMademoiselle Josette, My Woman by Robert Charvay and Paul Gavault
CinematographyOtto Kanturek
  • Alga Films
  • Films de France
Distributed by
  • Filmhaus Bruckmann (Germany)
  • Pathé (France)
Release date
9 September 1926
  • France
  • Germany
French/German intertitles

Mademoiselle Josette, My Woman (French: Mademoiselle Josette ma femme, German: Fräulein Josette - Meine Frau) is a 1926 French-German silent film directed by Gaston Ravel and starring Dolly Davis, Livio Pavanelli and Ágnes Eszterházy.[1] It is based on the 1906 play of the same title by Robert Charvay and Paul Gavault.

It was shot at the Staaken Studios in Berlin and on location in Nice and at Lake Geneva. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Tony Lekain and Hermann Warm.



  1. ^ Limbacher p.128


  • James L. Limbacher. Haven't I seen you somewhere before?: Remakes, sequels, and series in motion pictures and television, 1896-1978. Pierian Press, 1979.

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