- Title:Irma La Douce
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Album · 2010 · 20 Songs. Vintage French Song No. 120 - EP: Irma La Douce - EP. 2010. Best of Colette Renard. Vintage French Song Nº7 - EPs Collectors.
Irma la Douce is a 1963 romantic comedy starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, directed by Billy Wilder . Down on his luck, Nestor befriends Irma La Douce, a popular prostitute. He also reluctantly accepts, as a confidant, the proprietor of Chez Moustache, a man known only as "Moustache. In a running joke, Moustache, a seemingly ordinary barkeeper, tells of a storied prior life - claiming to have been, among other things, an attorney, a colonel, and a doctor, ending with the repeated line, "But that's another story.
Irma la Douce (, "Irma the Sweet") is a 1963 American romantic comedy film starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, directed by Billy Wilder. It is based on the 1956 French stage musical Irma La Douce by Marguerite Monnot and Alexandre Breffort
Irma la Douce is a gem, one of Billy Wilders best films. Banned from TV for many years by network censors, it began as a Broadway play and ran from Sep 29, 1960 to Dec 31, 1961 playing at both the Plymouth Theatre and the Alvin Theatre in New York. It quickly won the attention of Hollywood and in 1963 debuted as a film starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine. It is a love story, the story of a policeman turned reformer who falls madly in love with a beautiful young prostitute. The IBDB captures its essence best: "Irma La Douce" is not only French; it is intensely Parisian French
Irma La Douce soundtrack from 1963, 1998, composed by André Previn. Released by Rykodisc (RCD 10729) containing music from Irma La Douce (1963). Total Album Time: 45:12. Enter your e-mail address to receive weekly soundtrack and film score news
Watch Irma la Douce Online. irma la douce full movie with English subtitle. In Paris, after six months working with children, the decorated rookie policeman Nestor Patou is assigned to work in the red light district on the Casanova Street, a place crowded of streetwalkers, pimps and corrupt police officers. The honest Nestor, who is naive and strictly by the book, notes the movement of couples in the Casanova Hotel and befriends the prostitute Irma La Douce (believing that she is a lady. When he discovers that she is also a streetwalker, he calls the central station for a raid in the hotel
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|A||Irma La Douce
Written By – Monnot-More-Heneker-NormanWritten-By – Monnot*
|B||That's A Plenty
Written By – Pollack-Gilbert
|534||Karen Chandler||Irma La Douce (7", Promo)||Carlton||534||US||1960|