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The Ideal Woman (1934 film)

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The Ideal Woman
Directed byAndré Berthomieu
Written byAndré Berthomieu
Based onLa Meilleure Maîtresse by Georges Oudard
Produced byEmile Dereumaux
StarringRené Lefèvre
Marie Glory
Arlette Marchal
CinematographyJacques Montéran
Edited byMarcel Cravenne
Music byGeorges Van Parys
Films de France
Release date
19 January 1934
Running time
98 minutes

The Ideal Woman (French: La femme idéale) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring René Lefèvre, Marie Glory and Arlette Marchal.[1] [2] It is based on the novel La Meilleure Maîtresse by Georges Oudard. [3] The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean d'Eaubonne.


The shy librarian Grégoire has to listen to his colleague constantly bragging about what an accomplished womaniser he is. While on holiday, Grégoire encounters the beautiful Madeleine. When he returns, his enraptured description of her leads his colleagues to believe that they have become lovers. In truth, he is really destined to be with Denise, a typist who has secretly loved him.



  1. ^ Bessy & Chirat p.211
  2. ^ Rège p.93
  3. ^ Goble p.355


  • Bessy, Maurice & Chirat, Raymond. Histoire du cinéma français: 1929-1934. Pygmalion, 1988.
  • Crisp, Colin. Genre, Myth and Convention in the French Cinema, 1929-1939. Indiana University Press, 2002.
  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
  • Rège, Philippe. Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Volume 1. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

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