Frou-Frou (1955)


Film Review

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Frou-Frou is a French-Italian film drama first released in 1955, directed by Augusto Genina. Cinematography was by Henri Alekan and the film was scored by Louiguy. It stars Dany Robin, Gino Cervi, Philippe Lemaire, Jean Wall and Louis de Funès.   It is a Gamma Film production, produced by Albert Caraco and distributed by Gamma Film.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 52 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Frou-Frou is: good - passable entertainment.

Other noteworthy films that have been directed by Augusto Genina include: Addio giovinezza! (1927), Die Gefangene von Shanghai (1927), Castelli in aria (1939) and Tre storie proibite (1952). The actor Dany Robin has also appeared in: La soif des hommes (1950), Cadet-Rousselle (1954), Quand sonnera midi (1958) and Follow the Boys (1963).

Other drama films of the 1950s from France that you may be interested in are: Yves Ciampi's Les Héros sont fatigués (1955), Jean Delannoy's Maigret tend un piège (1958), Julien Duvivier's Pot-Bouille (1957), Henri-Georges Clouzot's Le Salaire de la peur (1953) and Julien Duvivier's Voici le temps des assassins (1956).

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