Ma femme s'appelle Maurice

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Ma femme s'appelle Maurice
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Directed by Jean-Marie Poiré
Produced by Henning Molfenter
Jean-Marie Poiré
Hartwig Schulte-Loh
Igor Sekulic
Written by Jean-Marie Poiré
Raffy Shart
Starring Régis Laspalès
Philippe Chevallier
Alice Evans
Götz Otto
Martin Lamotte
Virginie Lemoine
Guy Marchand
Urbain Cancelier
Music by Pierre Charvet
Vincent Prezioso
Cinematography Robert Alazraki
Edited by Jean-Marie Poiré, Henry Revlou
Distributed by Comédie Star
France 2 Cinéma
Release date
25 September 2002
Running time
102 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $15.7 million
Box office $9 million[1]

Ma femme s'appelle Maurice (English: My Wife's Name Is Maurice) is a 2002 French comedy film directed by Jean-Marie Poiré and starring Alice Evans, Régis Laspalès, Philippe Chevallier and Götz Otto.



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