Nous irons à Monte Carlo (1951) Movie

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Ratings / Votes
5.4/ 10 (83 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Hoche Productions [fr]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(Belgium) - 14 December 1951
(France) - 25 January 1952
(West Germany) - 3 November 1953
(Sweden) - 25 January 1954
(Italy) - April 1955

Running Time


antibes, car-chase, concert, jazz, kidnapping, monte-carlo, riviera,

Technical Support
OFM:35 mm
PFM:35 mm
RAT:1.37 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Amato, Nicolas (I) as (as Amato) <19>
  2. André, Michel (I) as [Le speaker] <12>
  3. Audran, Edmond (II) as (uncredited)
  4. Bourbon, René as (as Bourbon) [Le directeur du festival] <17>
  5. Bouvette, Alain (I) as <11>
  6. Buhr, Gérard as <13>
  7. Callamand, Lucien as (as Callamand) [Le portier] <16>
  8. Cauchy, Daniel as (uncredited) [Un fan de Melissa]
  9. Dalibert, André as [Bindinelli] <10>
  10. Dalio, Marcel as (as Dalio) [Poulos - l'imprésario] <8>
  11. Elloy, Max as [Honorin] <22>
  12. Génès, Henri as [Julien] <2>
  13. Lannes, Georges as [Le détective/Radio boss] <3>
  14. Lemaire, Philippe (I) as [Jacques] <4>
  15. Luguet, André as [Chatenay-Maillard] <24>
  16. Meral, Marcel as (as Meral) <20>
  17. Orrigo, Y. as (as Le bébe Y. Orrigo) [Johnny Walter - le bébé de Melissa et de Rudy]
  18. Quat Jeudi, Les as (as Les Quat'Jeudis) <21>
  19. Van Dreelen, John as (as Van Dreelen) [Rudy Walter] <6>
  20. Ventura, Ray (I) as [Himself] <1>
  21. Batti, Jeannette as [Marinette] <23>
  22. Godet, Danielle as [Jacqueline] <5>
  23. Guémard, Suzanne as [Mme Chatenay-Maillard] <9>
  24. Hepburn, Audrey (I) as [Melissa Walter] <7>
  25. Jonesco, Nicole as [Germaine] <14>
  26. Morel, Geneviève (I) as [La voisine] <18>
  27. Perret, Primerose as (uncredited) [Bit part]
  28. Reuver, Germaine as (uncredited) [La concierge]
  29. Sardou, Jackie as (as Jackie Rollin) [Mme Bindinelli] <15>
  30. Véniat, Jeanne as (uncredited) [La mère de Marinette]


  1. Comedy
  2. Musical

Full Plot

As they are waiting for a divorce, young movie star Malissa Farrell and famous pianist Rudy Walter have left their baby, Johnny, with a child minder in Le Vsinet. Marinette, the latter's daughter, who has been assigned to return the young Dubois to his parents, mistakes Johnny for the other kid. As she can't find Mr. and Mrs. Dubois, Marinette entrusts Max, Mrs. Dubois' father and the drummer in Ray Ventura's orchestra, with the care of the baby. Max, who must join the other musicians in Monte Carlo, where the band is due to play for the Jazz Festival, has no other choice but to rake the little one along with him. Guy Bellinger Plot not found

Total Business

SD: 21 May 1951 - 3 October 1951

Movie Certificate

K-3 (Finland)(new rating: 2001)
K-7/5 (Finland)(original rating)
16 (West Germany)(nf)
Btl (Sweden)

Music Composers

  1. Misraki, Paul


  1. Suin, Charles

Dress Designers

  1. Costet, Jacques


Amuse Soft Entertainment [jp] - (2007) (Japan) (DVD)
Cora [fr] - (1951) (France) (theatrical) (16mm)
Filmakers, The [us] - (1953) (USA) (theatrical)
Filmileijona [fi] - (1955) (Finland) (theatrical)
Happinet Pictures [jp] - (1995) (Japan) (VHS)
Les Films Corona [fr] - (1952) (France) (theatrical)
Mondex Films [fr] - (1951) (worldwide) (theatrical)
RCV [fr] - (????) (France) (VHS)
René Chateau Video [fr] - (1998) (France) (VHS)

Film Editors

  1. Mazin, Fanchette


  1. Malbois, Cécilia (script supervisor)

Other Titles

  1. Baby Beats the Band (1951) (ENG)

  2. Musik in Monte Carlo (1953) (ENG)
    (West Germany)

  3. Vacanze a Montecarlo (1955) (ENG)

  4. We Will All Go to Monte Carlo (1951) (ENG)
    (International: English title)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Cap d'Antibes, Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes, France
  2. Hôtel du Cap, Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes, France
  3. Monte Carlo, Monaco
  4. Studios de Saint-Maurice, Saint-Maurice, Val-de-Marne, France


- Music available on the Pathé compilation album "Ray Ventura et son Orchstre".

- Edmond Audran's last film.

- Daniel Cauchy's first film appearance.

- Writer Colette met Audrey Hepburn on the French Riviera and immediately considered her for the part of Gigi in the Broadway adaptation of her novel. 'Gigi', followed by _Roman Holiday (1953)_ (qv), was to launch Hepburn's career.