Chacun son tour: Robert Montfort, happily married to Solange, is his parents-in-law's pet aversion though. To them he is a punk, a good for nothing, a small-time, untalented poet! Robert, who is more gifted than what they think, manages, following a workmate's recommendation, to debut as an entertainer in a nightclub and -even better- to please the audience. Not daring tell the truth to Solange he starts leading a double life, being Robert Montfort in the daytime and Jean Rigobert at night. Of course his wife wonders what is going on and worries about his regular night outings. Only too happy, her parents incite her to have a divorce. Fortunately, all comes right in the end.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||November 16, 1951|
|Actors:||Arthur Allan Blanche Denège Charles Bouillaud Charles Dechamps Gaston Garchery Jacqueline Joubert Jacques Vertan Jane Marken Janine Marsay Janine Vienot Jean Hebey Jeanne Fusier-Gir Lolita De Silva Marcelle Rexiane Marthe Mercadier Michèle Philippe Paul Faivre Robert Arnoux Robert Lamoureux Robert Le Fort Robert Rollis Roger Dalphin Roger Vincent|
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