Sacha Guitry



A sparkling four-way affair overflowing with dialogue that showcases writer-director Sacha Guitry’s wit, Quadrille stars Guitry as a magazine editor whose longtime girlfriend—to whom he plans to finally propose—is uncontrollably drawn to a handsome American movie star. Meanwhile, a discerning reporter (Jacqueline Delubac) watches from the sidelines with amusement and provides the final corner to this romantic rectangle.

Film Info

  • France
  • 1938
  • 95 minutes
  • Black & White
  • 1.33:1
  • French

Available In

Collector's Set

Eclipse Series 22: Presenting Sacha Guitry

Eclipse 22: Presenting Sacha Guitry

DVD Box Set

4 Discs


Sacha Guitry
Philippe de Morannes
Gaby Morlay
Paulette Nanteuil
Jacqueline Delubac
Claudine André
Georges Grey
Carl Herickson
Pauline Carton
The chambermaid
Sacha Guitry
Serge Sandberg
Emile Natan
Screenplay by
Sacha Guitry
Robert Le Febvre
Art direction
Jean Perrier
Adolphe Borchard

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