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|Written by||Sacha Guitry|
|Edited by||Pierre Schwab|
|Music by||Vincent Scotto|
|Distributed by||Les Grandes Exclusivités Européennes|
|20 September 1935|
Good Luck (French: Bonne chance!) is a 1935 French romantic comedy film directed by Sacha Guitry and Fernand Rivers and starring Guitry, Jacqueline Delubac and Pauline Carton. In it a woman becomes convinced a man she has met is a good luck charm after she wins a lottery.
- Sacha Guitry as Claude
- Jacqueline Delubac as Marie
- Pauline Carton as La mère de Marie
- Paul Dullac as Le maire de Marie
- Montel as Un vieux monsieur qui passe
- André Numès Fils as Prosper
- Rivers Cadet as Le greffier
- Robert Darthez as Gastion Lepeltier
- Andrée Guize as Henriette Lepeltier
- Lucienne Givry as L'élégante
- Simone Sandre as L'épicière
- Madeleine Suffel as La gantière
- Antoine as Antoine, le coiffeur
- Louis Baldy as L'employé de banque
- Renée Dennsy as Une radeuse
- Gustave Huberdeau
- Régine Paris
- Robert Seller as Le maître d'hôtel
- Louis Vonelly as Le marchand de tableaux
Writing for The Spectator in 1936, Graham Greene gave the film a good review, describing it as "a charming silly film in the Clair genre, a lyrical absurdity". Greene notes that it is only cinema and music that can produce such uplifting transience and joy.
- Dayna Oscherwitz & MaryEllen Higgins. The A to Z of French Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
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