Marie-Louise

(1944)
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The titular Marie-Louise is a young French lass who is evacuated to Switzerland when her country is overrun by the Nazis. Suffering a nervous breakdown, she is given comfort and shelter by a wealthy family. Unfortunately, living in the lap of luxury turns Marie-Louise into a spoiled brat, so much so that she refuses to return to her newly-liberated homeland. Eventually the girl comes to her senses, but it isn't easy.

  1. Leopold Lindtberg

    Director

  2. Richard Schweizer

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Josiane Hegg

    Marie-Louise Fleury

  2. Heinrich Gretler

    Heinrich Gretler

    Director Rüegg

  3. Margrit Winter

    Margrit Winter

    Anna Rüegg

  4. Anne-Marie Blanc

    Anne-Marie Blanc

    Heidi Rüegg

  5. Armin Schweizer

    Bänninger

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  • June 18, 1944
    PG13
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 43m

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