The Little Cafe (1919 film)
|The Little Cafe|
Ad for the 1920 American release
|Directed by||Raymond Bernard|
|Written by||Tristan Bernard (play)
|19 December 1919|
|Language||Silent (French intertitles)|
The Little Cafe (French: Le petit café) is a 1919 French silent comedy film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Max Linder, Armand Bernard and Joffre. It was based on the 1911 play The Little Cafe by Tristan Bernard.
After inheriting a large sum of money, a Parisian waiter has to keep working in a cafe to honour his contract to his unscrupulous employer. While working there he falls in love with his employer's daughter.
- Max Linder as Albert
- Armand Bernard as Bouzin
- Joffre as Philibert
- Wanda Lyon as Yvonne
- Flavienne Merindol as Edwige
- Halma as Bigredon
- Major Heitner as Pianiste Tzigane
- Andrée Barelly as Bérangère d'Aquitaine
- Henri Debain as Le plongeur
- Bradley p. 118
- Bradley, Edwin M. The First Hollywood Musicals: A Critical Filmography Of 171 Features, 1927 Through 1932. McFarland, 2004.
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