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with: title: I Did It Three Times
year: 1952
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I Did It Three Times (1952) View the IMDB sheet (new window)
Director: Sacha GUITRY
Casting: Sacha Guitry, Bernard Blier, Lana Marconi, Simone Paris, Solange Varenne, Pauline Carton, Raymond Lamy
Timing based on a duration of 1h18min20sec

11 locations found
Timing Film moment: at 10min, scene where the director (Sacha GUITRY), the actors and technicians arrive successively at the studios for the shooting of the film
Studios de Neuilly, 42bis boulevard du Château
Neuilly-sur-Seine (92200)
92 - Hauts-de-Seine / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Comment: These studios were created in the 1930s, they closed in the late 1950s.
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 10min, scene where two young women (Primerose PERRET and Janine CAMP) meet Jean Renneval (Sacha GUITRY), in the hall of a hotel and ask him for an autograph, then next scene where Jean Renneval (Sacha GUITRY) declares his flame to Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI) and at 14min28sec, scene where Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER) enters the hotel and "questions" the equestrian statue of Louis XIV on the presence of his wife in the hotel
Hôtel de Paris, place du Casino, Monte-Carlo
Monaco
MONACO
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 14min04sec, scene where Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI), with Jean Renneval (Sacha GUITRY), sees her husband Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER) outside the hotel, and scene at 16min52sec
Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo
Monaco
MONACO
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 16min11sec, scene where Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER) searches in vain for his wife Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI)
Square Massenet, avenue de Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo
Monaco
MONACO
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 17min25sec, scene where Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER) searches in vain for his wife Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI) and meets Henriette (Meg LEMONNIER) seated on a bench, and other scenes where the different protagonists meet without seeing each other
Jardins du Casino, casino de Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo
Monaco
MONACO
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 24min36sec, scene where Jean Renneval (Sacha GUITRY) accompanies Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI) to her home, and scene at 1h05min40sec
Avenue Princesse Alice, Monte-Carlo
Monaco
MONACO
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 24min36sec, scene where Jean Renneval (Sacha GUITRY) accompanies Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI) to her home, and scene at 1h05min40sec
Avenue de l'Hermitage, Monte-Carlo
Monaco
MONACO
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Comment: The villa with gate in which Thérèse Verdier (Lana MARCONI) has given way to apartment buildings.
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 42min32sec, scene where Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER) is traveling in a vehicle with Doctor Marinier (Henri ARIUS) and suddenly turns around
Moyenne Corniche
Eze (06360)
06 - Alpes-Maritimes / PACA / FRANCE
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 50min47sec, scene where a couple enters the jewelry store run by Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER) and at 53min27sec, scene where Juliette (Solange VARENNE), the second wife of Henri Verdier (Bernard BLIER), comes out of the jewelry store
Joaillerie Mauboussin, place Vendôme
Paris - 1er (75001)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Comment: This jewelry changed address in 2016 and now has its headquarters on rue de la Paix in the 2nd arrondissement.
Source: jmsilvi
Timing Film moment: at 52min34sec, scene where the Sultan of Hammanlif (Jacques EYSER) leaves his hotel with his interpreter (Louis de Funès)
Hôtel Ritz, 15 place Vendôme
Paris - 1er (75001)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on June 24th, 2020 
Source: jmsilvi
Studios Riviera (de la Victorine), 16 avenue Edouard Grinda
Nice (06000)
06 - Alpes-Maritimes / PACA / FRANCE
Updated before May 2007 
Comment: Create in 1919, the studios of Victorine became the Riviera studios in 1999.
Source: L2TC.com
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