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Letters From My Windmill (1954)





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Letters from My Windmill (Les Lettres De Mon Moulin) was adapted by French-filmmaker Marcel Pagnol from three short stories by Alphonse Daudet. The first, "The Three Low Masses," involves a clergyman whose taste for gourmet foods leads him to confrontation with Satan. "The Elixir of Father Gaucher" tells of a group of monks who deal in homemade wines and spirits to replenish their church coffers. And "The Secret of Master Cornille" is the story of businessman's harmless ruse which snowballs into near-tragedy. Roger Crouzet plays Alphonse Daudet, who repairs to a deserted windmill to write the three stories dramatized herein. The US prints of Letters from My Windmill contain subtitles written by Hollywood expatriate Preston Sturges. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Roger Crouzet
as Alphonse Daudet [The Secret Of Master Cornille]
Robert Vattier
as The Abbot [The Elixir Of Father Gaucher]
as Father Gaucher [The Elixir Of Father Gaucher]
Fernand Sardou
as M. Charnigue [The Elixir Of Father Gaucher]
Pierrette Bruno
as Vivette [The Secret Of Master Cornille]
Edouard Delmont
as Master Cornille [The Secret Of Master Cornille]
Henri Vilbert
as Dom Balaguere/Garrigou
Yvonne Gamy
as The Old Woman
Christian Lude
as Father Sylvestre [The Elixir Of Father Gaucher]
Jean Tuscano
as Father Virgile [The Elixir Of Father Gaucher]
Henri Arius
as M. Decanis [The Secret Of Master Cornille]
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