|The Nude Woman|
|Directed by||Jean-Paul Paulin|
|Produced by||Frank Clifford|
|Written by||Henry Bataille (play) |
|Music by||Gabriel Chaumette |
|Distributed by||Films Sonores Tobis|
|21 October 1932|
The Nude Woman (French: La femme nue) is a 1932 French drama film directed by Jean-Paul Paulin and starring Florelle, Raymond Rouleau and Constant Rémy. The film is based on a play by Henry Bataille which has been adapted on several occasions.
The film's sets were designed by Lazare Meerson.
- Florelle as Lolette
- Raymond Rouleau as Pierre Bernier
- Constant Rémy as Jean Rouchard
- Armand Bour as Prince de Chabran
- Maxime Fabert as Tabourot
- Alice Field as Princesse de Chabran
- Marcel de Garcin as Gréville
- Paul Clerget as Garzini
- Odette Talazac as Mme. Garzin
- Robert Charlet
- Lucy Clorival
- Fanny Lacroix
- Louis Merlac
- Crisp p.395
- Crisp, Colin. Genre, Myth and Convention in the French Cinema, 1929-1939. Indiana University Press, 2002.