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The Inevitable Monsieur Dubois

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The Inevitable Monsieur Dubois
The Inevitable Monsieur Dubois.jpg
Directed byPierre Billon
Written byPierre Billon
Jacques Companéez
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon
Based onMétier de femme by André-Paul Antoine
Produced byPierre Billon
StarringAnnie Ducaux
André Luguet
Germaine Reuver
CinematographyPaul Cotteret
Edited byMadeleine Gug
Music byJean Marion
Production Artistique et Cinématographique
Distributed byÉclair-Journal
Release date
22 September 1943
Running time
99 minutes

The Inevitable Monsieur Dubois (French: L'Inévitable Monsieur Dubois) is a 1943 French comedy film directed by Pierre Billon and starring Annie Ducaux, André Luguet and Germaine Reuver.[1] It was shot at the Studio François 1 in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Roland Quignon. Similar in style to screwball comedy, it was produced and released during the German Occupation and was a popular success. It was subsequently remade as the 1947 Swedish film Dinner for Two.


Hélène Mareuil a successful businesswoman running a luxury perfume factory in Southern France. One day she accidentally knocks down the artist Claude Dubois from his bicycle. He sets out to court her, which is a far from easy task.


  • Annie Ducaux as Hélène Mareuil
  • André Luguet as Claude Dubois
  • Germaine Reuver as Sophie
  • Sinoël as Honoré
  • Jean Morel as Le valet de chambre
  • Marcel Melrac as Le garagiste
  • Janine Viénot as La vendeuse
  • Mony Dalmès as Jacqueline Mareuil
  • Tramel as Monsieur Mouche
  • Richard Francoeur as Verdier


  1. ^ Neupert p.315


  • Neupert, Richard. French Film History, 1895–1946. University of Wisconsin Pres, 2022.

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