School for Coquettes (play)
School for Coquettes (French:L'école des cocottes) is 1918 French comedy play by Paul Armont and Marcel Gerbidon. A young working class woman attends a school to turn her into a coquette in the hope it will allow her to rise up the social scale. It was first performed at the Grand Guignol Theatre in Paris.
The film has been turned into films twice. A 1935 film School for Coquettes directed by Pierre Colombier and a 1958 film School for Coquettes directed by Jacqueline Audry. It was also made into a 1985 television play.
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