The Frog Prince

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Time Out says

Paris, 1960: a wicked city where English ingénue Snowden, sent to polish her French, acquires a sentimental education, fending off lecherous frogs with varying degrees of Gallic smarm. The film, with David Puttnam as executive producer, has a nostalgic Film on Four blandness about it, although Posy Simmonds' semi-autobiographical screenplay adds a little spice with its sharp ear for dialogue and its broadly farcical slant, indulging much humour at the expense of those funny French.
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Release details

UK release:

1984

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Brian Gilbert

Cast:

Jeanne Herviale, Raoul Delfosse, Jacqueline Doyen, Alexandre Sterling, Jane Snowden, Françoise Brion

Music:

Enya Ni Bhraonain

Production Designer:

Anton Furst

Editor:

Jim Clark

Cinematography:

Clive Tickner

Screenwriter:

Posy Simmonds

Producer:

Iain Smith

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