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The Sheep Has Five Legs

The Sheep Has Five Legs
Le Mouton à cinq pattes
File:TheSheep Has Five Legs.jpg
Directed by Henri Verneuil
Produced by Raoul Ploquin
Written by Jean Marsan
Jacques Perret
Raoul Ploquin
Henri Troyat
Henri Verneuil
Starring Fernandel
Françoise Arnoul
Music by Georges Van Parys
Cinematography Armand Thirard
Editing by Christian Gaudin
Distributed by Cocinor
Release date(s) 24 September 1954 (France)
Running time 104 minutes
Country France / USA[1]
Language French

The Sheep Has Five Legs (French: Le Mouton à cinq pattes) is a 1954 French film directed by Henri Verneuil. It won the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival[2] and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Story.


  • Fernandel as Édouard Saint-Forget / Les quintuplés : Alain, Bernard, Charles, Désiré, Etienne
  • Françoise Arnoul as Marianne Durand-Perrin
  • Andrex as Un marin
  • Édouard Delmont as Le docteur Bollène
  • Georges Chamarat as M. Durand-Perrin, le père
  • Paulette Dubost as Solange
  • Louis de Funès as Pilate
  • René Génin as Le maire
  • Denise Grey as Mme Durand-Perrin, la mère
  • Tony Jacquot as L'instituteur
  • Ky Duyen as Un chinois
  • Darío Moreno as Un matelot américain
  • Noël Roquevert as Antoine Brissard
  • Lolita López as Azitad
  • Michel Ardan as Un marin
  • Edmond Ardisson as Le brigadier
  • Manuel Gary as Le docteur
  • René Havard as Le liftier
  • Yette Lucas as Mariette
  • Albert Michel as Le patron du bistrot
  • Gil Delamare as Le chauffard
  • Leopoldo Francés as Le métis
  • Nina Myral as La bonne
  • Yannick Malloire as Une petite fille
  • Raphaël Patorni as Rodrigue
  • Max Desrau as Le nouveau patron des pompes funèbres
  • Jocelyne Bressy
  • Micheline Gary as L'hôtesse de l'instutut de beauté


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi

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