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Diary of a Chambermaid (4-Mar-1964)

Original Title: Le Journal d'une femme de chambre

Director: Luis Buñuel

Writers: Luis Buñuel; Jean-Claude Carrière

From novel by: Octave Mirbeau

Producers: Serge Silberman; Michel Safra

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeanne Moreau
Actor
23-Jan-1928   Jules et Jim
Michel Piccoli
Actor
27-Dec-1925   La Belle Noiseuse

CAST

avec
Jeanne Moreau   ...   Céléstine
avec par ordre alphabétique
Georges Geret   ...   Joseph
Daniel Ivernel   ...   M. Mauger
Françoise Lugagne   ...   Mme. Monteil
Muni   ...   Marianne
Jean Ozenne   ...   M. Rabour
Michel Piccoli   ...   M. Monteil
et par ordre alphabétique
Joelle Bernard   ...   Supporting Cast
Françoise Bertin   ...   Supporting Cast
Aline Bertrand   ...   Supporting Cast
Pierre Collet   ...   Supporting Cast
Michel Dacquid   ...   Supporting Cast
Madeleine Damien   ...   Supporting Cast
Marc Eyraud   ...   Supporting Cast
Jean Franval   ...   Supporting Cast
Gilberte Geniat   ...   Supporting Cast
Gabriel Gobin   ...   Supporting Cast
Bernard Musson   ...   Supporting Cast
Jeanne Peres   ...   Supporting Cast
Marcel Rouze   ...   Supporting Cast
Dominique Sauvage   ...   Supporting Cast
Andree Tainsy   ...   Supporting Cast
Geymond Vital   ...   Supporting Cast
et
Jean-Claude Carrière   ...   Priest
Claude Jaeger   ...   Judge

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