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|Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild Women|
|Directed by||Maurice Régamey|
|Written by||Maurice Régamey|
|Edited by||Louis Devaivre|
|Music by||Henri Betti|
To bail out their club on the French Riviera, a group of young and pretty sports do not hesitate to exploit whiskey and cigarettes found in the cellar during resounding celebrations.
- Jean Carmet as Martial
- Annie Cordy as Martine
- René Havard as Fernand
- Pierre Mondy as Max
- Pierre Doris as Gustave
- Franco Interlenghi as Mario
- Reinhard Kolldehoff as Van Dorfelt
- Alessandra Panaro as Micheline
- Sylvie Adassa as Michèle
- Armande Navarre as Juliette
- Nadine Tallier as Arlette
- Micheline Gary as Véronique
- Gisèle Grimm as Élisabeth
- Christian Méry as Angelo
- Arielle Coignet as Isabelle
- Dominique Darsac as Jacqueline
- Pierre Mirat as Abadie
- Jean Richard as The client
- Albert Rémy as The customs
- Pierre Moncorbier as The notary
- Jeanne Valérie
The film was shot from 30 June to 13 August 1958.
The film is most known from the 1947 song "Cigarettes, Whisky et P'tites Pépées" ("Cigarettes, Whisky, And Wild, Wild Women" music by Tim Spencer, French lyrics by Jacques Soumet and François Llenas) singing by Annie Cordy.
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