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Not So Stupid (1946 film)

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Not So Stupid
Not So Stupid (1946 film).jpg
Directed byAndré Berthomieu
Written by
Produced by
  • Pierre Franchi
  • Fred Langenfeld
Edited byJeannette Berton
Music by
Les Productions Cinématographiques
Distributed byCiné Sélection
Release date
25 December 1946
Running time
100 minutes
Box office6,165,419 admissions (France)[1]

Not So Stupid (French: Pas si bête) is a 1946 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Bourvil, Suzy Carrier and Bernard Lancret.[2] In 1928 Berthomieu had made a silent film of the same name. This was Bourvil's first film; originally a musician and singer, he went on to become one of the great comic actors of French cinema.

"Pas si bête" is a comedy about social differences and appearances. Léon Ménard (Bourvil), a farmer and an apparently simple man of the country, is invited to visit his uncle Henri Ménard (Albert Duvaleix), a prosperous industrialist. He encounters a number of people scheming to marry into the Ménard family for the sake of money. Ménard discovers and thwart the plots and manages to unite a young couple who truly are in love. The romantic comedy ends happily with a double marriage. Henri's daughter Nicole (Suzy Carrier) marries Didier (Bernard Lancret), and Ménard marries his new-found love Rosine (Jacqueline Beyrot). It turns out that Léon is "not so stupid" after all.

The film's art direction was by Raymond Nègre. It was shot at the Cité Elgé studios in Paris.



  1. ^ "Bourvil Box Office". Box Office Story.
  2. ^ Pallister & Hottell p.232


  • Janis L. Pallister & Ruth A. Hottell. Francophone Women Film Directors: A Guide. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2005.

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