Marie, the Doll Trailer

Marie, the Doll Trailer (1976)

25 August 1976 Drama 106 mins

Marie (Jeanne Goupil), who was orphaned as a young girl, has a case of arrested development that makes her act younger than her age. One day she stops to look in a store window displaying various ornate dolls. Claude (André Dussollier) the affluent, eccentric store owner, sees her and becomes infatuated which leads to her and him meeting and deciding to go and take a look at Claude personal doll collection at his house. Marie unaware of Claude bizarre obsession with dolls, decides to marry him.

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Cast

Jeanne Goupil

as Marie-Poupée

Andréa Ferréol

as Ida Courtin

Bernard Fresson

as Sergio - le metayer

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 25 August 1976

United States 10 October 1976

Production Companies

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