This is a story about sleeping outside, and with anyone. In 1916, Sacha Guitry, then married to Charlotte Lysès, the mistress of his father, Lucien, falls in love with Yvonne Printemps, betrothed elsewhere. They married the following year and form one of the most famous couples in All of Paris. Some time later, while this same Yvonne Printemps starts an affair with actor Maurice Escande, Guitry committed his friend Pierre Fresnay to play alongside his wife.
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Which is in love with Fresnay who likes to turn and the delights Guitry. This overview of the mores of yesteryear is easy to imagine in what state of mind he wrote Don’t listen, Ladies!, created at the Théâtre de la Madeleine, in 1942. Blink of an eye, or nasty trick of history, the couple Fresnay-Spring was its director for nearly forty years the Michodière, and it is in the theatre itself, where it is assumed that the jilted Guitry was not the …
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