|Directed by||Douglas Sirk|
|Written by||Karen DeWolf|
|Produced by||Irving Starr|
|Cinematography||Charles Lawton Jr.|
|Edited by||Al Clark|
|Music by||George Duning|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Slightly French is a 1949 American musical comedy film directed by Douglas Sirk and starring Dorothy Lamour, Don Ameche and Janis Carter. The screenplay concerns a Hollywood director who recruits an American singer.
After clashing with the French star of his film who then quits, a Hollywood director recruits an American singer who he tries to pass off as a Frenchwoman.
- Dorothy Lamour as Mary O'Leary aka Rochelle Olivia
- Don Ameche as John Gayle
- Janis Carter as Louisa Gayle
- Willard Parker as Douglas Hyde
- Adele Jergens as Yvonne La Tour
- Jeanne Manet as Nicolette
- Stern p.59
- Stern, Michael. Douglas Sirk. Twayne Publishers, 1979.