A Certain Smile (film)
|A Certain Smile|
|Directed by||Jean Negulesco|
|Produced by||Henry Ephron|
|Written by||Frances Goodrich
|Music by||Alfred Newman|
|Cinematography||Milton R. Krasner|
|Edited by||Louis R. Loeffler|
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century-Fox|
|Box office||$1.3 million (US rentals)|
In Paris, beautiful Dominique Vallon is involved with a young man, Bertrand Griot, until suddenly entering into an unwise week-long romance with his wealthy and married uncle, Luc Ferrand.
- Rossano Brazzi as Luc Ferrand
- Joan Fontaine as Françoise Ferrand
- Bradford Dillman as Bertrand Griot
- Christine Carère as Dominique Vallon
- Eduard Franz as M. Vallon
- Katherine Locke as Mme. Vallon
- Kathryn Givney as Mme. Griot
- Steven Geray as Denis
- Johnny Mathis as Himself
- Trude Wyler as Mme. Denis
- Sandy Livingston as Catherine
- Renate Hoy as Mlle. Minot
- Muzaffer Tema as Pierre
Christine Carere was cast in the main role. She was brought to Hollywood and practised her English for ten months before filming.
- Best Costume Design
- Best Music, Original Song
- Best Art Direction (Lyle R. Wheeler, John DeCuir, Walter M. Scott, Paul S. Fox)
- Solomon 1989, p. 251.
- Solomon 1989, p. 227.
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- "NY Times: A Certain Smile". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-12-23.
- Solomon, Aubrey (1989). Twentieth Century Fox: A Corporate and Financial History. The Scarecrow Filmmakers Series. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-8108-4244-1.
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