Letters from My Windmill (1954)

11/05/1954 (FR) ComedyDrama 2h 40m
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Set in the countryside of Provence, the film is based on three tales from Alphonse Daudet's 1869 short story collection Letters from My Windmill: "The Three Low Masses", "The Elixir of Father Gaucher" and "The Secret of Master Cornille".

  1. Marcel Pagnol


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  1. Antonin Fabre

    Antonin Fabre

    Maître Arnoton

  2. Fernand Sardou

    Fernand Sardou

    M. Charnigue

  3. Robert Vattier

    Robert Vattier

    le père Abbé

  4. Pierrette Bruno

    Pierrette Bruno


  5. Roger Crouzet

    Roger Crouzet

    Alphonse Daudet

  6. Serge Davin


  7. Christian Lude

    Christian Lude

    le père Sylvestre

  8. Henri Arius

    Henri Arius

    M. Decanis

  9. Michel Galabru

    Michel Galabru


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Letters from My Windmill
Letters from My Windmill

Original Title Les lettres de mon moulin

Status Released

Original Language French

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