Three Waltzes

(1938)
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"Les Trois Valses" traces the love story of two people over three eras. In the first waltz (music based on Johann Strauss I), Yvonne is a sensitive Parisian ballet dancer, whose romance with a dashing officer is brought to an abrupt end by his family. She goes off to Vienna to become a big star. In the second waltz, her daughter, an even bigger star, but now of Paris music halls, has a brief flirtation with the rakish man-about-town who is the son of suitor number one. She throws him over pretty quickly for a chance to shine at a Gala performance. Finally, in the third waltz, the two get together, when she is a movie star, and he is posing as an insurance salesman.

  1. Ludwig Berger

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Yvonne Printemps

    Yvonne Printemps

    Fanny, Yvette et Irène Grandpré

  2. Pierre Fresnay

    Pierre Fresnay

    Octave, Philippe et Gérard de Chalencey

  3. Henri Guisol

    Henri Guisol

    Brunner fils

  4. Jean Périer

    Le président Lebrun

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Original Title Les Trois Valses

Status Released

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  • December 14, 1938
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

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