Cinema, Also Showing May 24, 1948

Antoine and Antoinette (Siritzky International) are a young Parisian couple. Antoine (Roger Pigaut) works in a printing plant, Antoinette (Claire Maffei) in a five &,ten. They live in a two-room walkup. He yearns to own a motorcycle, she to live in a new apartment. One day they hold a winning lottery ticket that underwrites their dreams. But before he can collect, Antoine loses the stub.

This good little French film has a sentimentality that is too obvious to overlook. But Director Jacques Becker (It Happened at the Inn) has given it such virtues as...

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