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A beautiful 18-year-old orphan escapes from a reformatory and hooks up wth a gang of jewel smugglers, and decides on a life of crime. However, she falls for and marries a policeman, putting a crimp in her criminal career.

  1. Marc Allégret

    Director, Writer

  2. Jean Marsan

    Writer

  3. Gabriel Arout

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Henri Vidal

    Henri Vidal

    l'inspecteur Jean Morel

  2. Mylène Demongeot

    Mylène Demongeot

    Virginie Dumayet

  3. Béatrice Altariba

    Béatrice Altariba

    Olga Babitcheff

  4. René Lefèvre

    René Lefèvre

    Monsieur Raphael

  5. Jean-Paul Belmondo

    Jean-Paul Belmondo

    Pierrot, un jeune de la bande d'Olga

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Original Title Sois belle et tais-toi

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 1958
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 50m

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